Artist - Frank Auerbach

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Frank Auerbach. I really like this drawing because its showing the intensity of how the artist has smudged, compressed, softened and scratched with the charcoal to re creative depth portrait.

Frank Auerbach: Head of Catherine Lampert VI. 1980

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Frank Auerbach: London Building Sites 1952 - 62 at the Courtauld Gallery, review

An exhibition of paintings Frank Auerbach made of London’s post-war reconstruction is thrilling. Rating: * * * *

From the Studios, 1987, Frank Auerbach.

Frank Auerbach's 60-year love letter to London

Every day, the artist arrives at his studio to paint a new vision of the turbulent city that has been his muse for six decades and counting. A brave new show reveals the delights and difficulties of being Auerbach

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I can never come up with what to say so here are some words that I love from Leonard Cohen:ring the bells that still can ringforget your perfect offering- there is a crack in everything that's how the...

Frank Auerbach (b. 1931) Primrose Hill Study - Autumn Evening

Frank Auerbach (b. 1931) , Primrose Hill Study - Autumn Evening

Primrose Hill Study - Autumn Evening

Mornington Crescent Looking South, 1997, by Frank Auerbach.

Frank Auerbach's 60-year love letter to London

Every day, the artist arrives at his studio to paint a new vision of the turbulent city that has been his muse for six decades and counting. A brave new show reveals the delights and difficulties of being Auerbach

Frank Auerbach's London: the extraordinary life and loves – in pictures

Frank Auerbach's London: the extraordinary life and loves – in pictures

Auerbach’s canvases reveal his unique vision of London’s streets – from Camden Town caught in vibrant reds and greens, to the autumnal yellow light on Primrose Hill – and the friends who have sat for him over the years

Frank Auerbach, Next Door VI, 2011-12 oil on pastel and other media on paper 23.05 x 20.9 cm (© Frank Auerbach, courtesy of Marlborough Gallery, London)

Frank Auerbach: Profile

Jackie Wullschlager visits the studio of painter Frank Auerbach. Wullschlager writes that Auerbach's "working pattern has been unchanged for decades. He rises with the dawn, goes out to draw, returns to the studio “where I will have a painting on the go. Instead of staring at this painting and making aesthetic decisions, I look at the drawing, which is like a note. Then I repaint, scrape, repaint the painting, it never takes less than months, sometimes years. Then there’s a point, a coup de…

Mornington Crescent, Summer Morning II by Frank Auerbach

Mornington Crescent, Summer Morning II by Frank Auerbach

Auerbach moved to his first studio in Camden Town, North London, in 1954 and has painted there ever since.

Frank Auerbach (British, b. 1931), Mornington Crescent – First Light, 1989-90. Oil on canvas, 135 x 112 cm.

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Frank Auerbach (British, b. 1931), Mornington Crescent – First Light, 1989-90. Oil on canvas, 135 x 112 cm.

Auerbach’s canvases reveal his unique vision of London’s streets – from Camden Town caught in vibrant reds and greens, to the autumnal yellow light on Primrose Hill – and the friends who have sat for him over the years

Frank Auerbach's London: the extraordinary life and loves – in pictures

Auerbach’s canvases reveal his unique vision of London’s streets – from Camden Town caught in vibrant reds and greens, to the autumnal yellow light on Primrose Hill – and the friends who have sat for him over the years

Frank Auerbach | The Studios Under Snow, oil on canvas. Sotheby's

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Frank Auerbach - J.Y.M. Seated No. 1, 1981, Oil paint on board, 711 x 610 mm | Tate

‘J.Y.M. Seated No. 1’, Frank Auerbach, 1981 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘J.Y.M. Seated No. 1’, Frank Auerbach, 1981 The subject of this painting is Juliet Yardley Mills (JYM), Auerbach's principal model since 1963. Auerbach has completed over seventy portraits and studies of Mills. This, the first of three paintings of her executed in 1981, was completed in about twenty sittings. As in nearly all his studies of her, Mills is shown looking out of the picture and is seen slightly from below. In contrast to Auerbach's earlier paintings, in which…