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Constable began painting more frequently in watercolours, producing larger and more finished works, as well as many "blot paintings" after the manner of Alexander Cozens. (handprint, 2012)

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Constable began painting more frequently in watercolours, producing larger and more finished works, as well as many "blot paintings" after the manner of Alexander Cozens. (handprint, 2012)

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Learn about the work and career of artist Jenny Saville. Artworks, biography, exhibitions, editorial content, news, museum exhibitions, press, and more.

Lucian Freud: The Self-Portraits

BOSTON - Without a whole lot of anagrammatical labor, "modern master," which is a term most people in the art game apply to Lucian Freud, becomes "monster

Andrew Wyeth: November First, 1950 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Andrew Wyeth: November First, 1950

November First,1950 Andrew Wyeth Born: Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 1917 Died: Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 2009 watercolor on paper mounted on paperboard sheet and mount: 21 3/4 x 29 5/8 in. (55.2 x 75.4 cm) Smithsonian American Art Museum Bequest of Winifred M. Jacobson 1990.55 Depicting tattered cornstalks in a harvested field, November First captures the cold damp of late autumn, portraying the inevitable cycles of decay and renewal. Wyeth steadfastly maintained his dedication to painting the…

m - John Virtue, b.1947 , LANDSCAPE NO. 5

Sold Price: m - John Virtue, b.1947 , LANDSCAPE NO. 5 - June 1, 0107 12:00 PM WEST

pen and ink on 36 card squares mounted on board

Work: Paintings (2008-09) - Michael Porter, painter and artist

Work: Paintings (2008-09)

Work: Paintings (2008-09) - Michael Porter, painter and artist

Frank Auerbach review – 60 years of trying to paint | Frank Auerbach

An absorbing retrospective of the painter’s studies of friends, family and local streets reveals an intense quest for understanding

Joan Eardley: the forgotten artist who captured Scotland's life and soul | Art and design | The Guardian

Joan Eardley: the forgotten artist who captured Scotland's life and soul

Children from the slums, bleak seascapes, village fishermen at work … the vibrant visions of Joan Eardley are finding a new following

Michael Porter

Michael Porter

Michael Porter at Purdy Hicks I thought these were photographs when I first saw them, they are so richly layered, almost geological.