Posts tagged painting of the week
#PaintingOfTheWeekNo20

“It’s not for me but I’ll be delighted if you disagree with me – that’s what makes art alive: it is not about the ‘knowing’ art elite telling ‘ordinary folk’ what is great and what isn’t. It is about artists since those first staggering cave paintings communicating about their world, their lives, their feelings.”

This week’s #PaintingOfTheWeek is one that Phil Grabsky has a dislike towards… Does his critique echo the same opinion as yours or is this a painting you feel particularly connected to? We’d love to hear your thoughts!

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#PaintingOfTheWeekNo13

In anticipation of what is set to be a monumental exhibition of Lucian Freud’s self-portraits at the Royal Academy this autumn we’re focusing this week’s #PaintingOfTheWeek on one of his most famous of works: a 1985 rendering that captures the modernity and complexity of this 20th-century master of portraiture!

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