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View Self portrait by Frank Auerbach on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Frank Auerbach. Frank Auerbach, Self Portrait Drawing, Portrait Art, Self Portraits, Life Drawing, Painting & Drawing, Painting Prints, Figurative Kunst, Getty Museum

Frank Helmut Auerbach - Artist Biography for Frank Helmut Auerbach

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Le chien (the dog), Francisco Goya, Musée du Prado Francisco Goya, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Spanish Artists, Dog Paintings, Abstract Paintings, Contemporary Paintings, Art And Architecture, Painting & Drawing

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Нужны примеры картин, намного опередивших свое время. Буду очень признателен за пояснения. Спасибо. Например: 1506 год.

Kurt Jackson Half way in quote from Goldsworthy, 'art cannot exist away from its place,' in opposition to reading ( may where art is able to speak to universal concerns, it's place being within it and of it Kurt Jackson, Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Abstract Art, Matisse, Van Gogh, St Just, Monochrom

Kurt Jackson’s sketchbooks: the soul of a place

In my previous post, writing about John Constable’s oil sketches, I noted how he would make meticulous notes of the weather conditions at the time he painted. I remarked that this reminded me of Kurt Jackson, who does exactly the same thing - often including the observation in the title of a painting, and sometimes…

From ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Frank Auerbach, Head of E. Charcoal, paper and watercolour on paper, × cm Frank Auerbach, Life Drawing, Painting & Drawing, Drawing Heads, Drawing Lessons, Figure Drawing, Royal College Of Art, Chiaroscuro, Art Database

‘Head of E.O.W.’, Frank Auerbach, 1959–60 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Head of E.O.W.’, Frank Auerbach, 1959–60 'E.O.W.' - Estella (Stella) West - began posing regularly for Auerbach in the early 1950s, and continued to do so until 1973. By then he had completed about 80 drawings and paintings of her. This drawing was made entirely from life and took almost 70 sittings. In line with his usual practice, Auerbach constantly drew, erased and reworked the image. The final image is therefore built upon numerous previous attempts. In this way the…