David Hockney: Munich Olympic Games (1970), The signed, limited edition lithograph - before poster text was added!

David Hockney: Munich Olympic Games (1970), The signed, limited edition lithograph - before poster text was added!

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It’s in this period that Freud’s brushstrokes become increasingly forceful, and the volume of paint on the canvas increases, so that it seems to almost shape the contours of skin or hair . In the portrait of the artist Frank Auerbach, his powerful forehead dominates the canvas. The two men had been friends since the mid-1950s, were great admirers of each other’s work and saw each other frequently. It was at the time he made this portrait that Freud began to use Cremnitz white, a dry…

It’s in this period that Freud’s brushstrokes become increasingly forceful, and the volume of paint on the canvas increases, so that it seems to almost shape the contours of skin or hair . In the portrait of the artist Frank Auerbach, his powerful forehead dominates the canvas. The two men had been friends since the mid-1950s, were great admirers of each other’s work and saw each other frequently. It was at the time he made this portrait that Freud began to use Cremnitz white, a dry…

David Hockney | Year: 1970-1971 | Type: Acrylic on canvas. | Dimensions: 120 in × 84 in. | Location: Tate Gallery, London | Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy was painted between 1970 and 1971, it depicts the fashion designer Ossie Clark and the textile designer Celia Birtwell shortly after their wedding at which Hockney was Clark's best man.

David Hockney | Year: 1970-1971 | Type: Acrylic on canvas. | Dimensions: 120 in × 84 in. | Location: Tate Gallery, London | Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy was painted between 1970 and 1971, it depicts the fashion designer Ossie Clark and the textile designer Celia Birtwell shortly after their wedding at which Hockney was Clark's best man.

Paper cut stencil and spray paint portraits by Belgium based artist Kris Trappeniers (gorgeous!!!)

Paper cut stencil and spray paint portraits by Belgium based artist Kris Trappeniers (gorgeous!!!)

Lucian Freud, Woman in a Grey Sweater, 1988, oil on canvas, 45.3 x 55.6 cm, Saatchi Collection, London, UK.

Lucian Freud, Woman in a Grey Sweater, 1988, oil on canvas, 45.3 x 55.6 cm, Saatchi Collection, London, UK.

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