Any questions, please contact mark. Portrait of a Woman Scorned: These legs, heightening the awkwardness within Naked Portrait with Reflectionbring about some greater level of awareness both within the picture and in the viewer before it. In his recent monograph on Freud, William Feaver quoted the words of another earlier painter inextricably linked to London, Walter Sickert: Art as the Erotic.
Talking about the rare elements of narrative content in his art, Freud explained that, 'The idea of a story doesn't bother me because everything's a story.
Naked Portrait with Reflection
London 30 June Use the previous and next arrow buttons to the above left and right of the picture to browse through all the other wallpapers in the current collection of lucian freud backgrounds in the paintings topic section. These bold diagonals function almost as arrows leading into the picture space, carving out an area of the canvas and of the studio alike while also heightening the visual impact of the body itself as it zig-zags down the canvas. Here you will find a variety of topics on all things Renaissance and Modern Art, we hope you enjoy it. You Might Also Like.