Credit: (c) 2012 Jenny Saville, image courtesy Gagosian Gallery  Atonement Studies: Central Panel (Rosetta), 2005-06

Jenny Saville's work - in pictures

Jenny Saville, Atonement Studies: Central Panel (Rosetta), (c) 2012 Jenny Saville (courtesy Gagosian Gallery) Her work sure makes you feel something

Jenny Saville Good read: Meagher's article, "Jenny Saville and a Feminist Aesthetics of Disgust" I was drawn to the gestures and fluidity of skin. Could be interesting gestures for my IWP.

Jenny Saville: Flesh

Jenny Saville / Glen Luchford: Closed Contact, Limited Edition (with Type-C Print Version "D")

Jenny Saville & Glen Luchford - Closed Contact Having observed the operations of reconstructive & aesthetic surgery, Saville was eager to express the violence & anesthetized pain of this experience in her own work. Luchford & Saville began an artistic collaboration that captures the full range of color, tonality & topography of live flesh, in large photographic tableaux. Distortions confront & coerce the viewer into an examination of one's own body & the grotesqueries & beauties inherent…

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Jenny Saville / Glen Luchford: Closed Contact, Limited Edition (with Type-C Print Version "D")

Jenny Saville- 'art has lied about women's bodies'

Jenny Saville is an English painter, member of the Young British Artists. She is best known for his monumental paintings of female nude. He currently lives and works between London and Palermo.

Jenny Saville-This drawing is also untidy as the pencil strokes are thick and smudged. the image itself is quite unappealing but the lack of colour makes it subtle. she has added detail in the face of the woman and baby and has distorted the other parts of the body. this effect makes the piece look interesting and the way it centered draws the eye to the middle of the piece.

Two Dimensional Art, Jenny Saville, Reproduction drawing I (after the Leonardo cartoon), Pencil on paper 89 x 69 inches x cm)

jenny saville - smooth - flesh

How might this viewpoint make us feel? Where are we situated in relation to the figure?