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Vanessa Redgrave and Timothy Spall
Mrs Lowry & Son
THE UNTOLD STORY OF AN ENIGMATIC GENIUS
'Heneage Lloyd and His Sister, Lucy'
by Thomas Gainsborough (1727–1788)
The Liancourt Rocks
Japan calls the island group Takeshima ("bamboo island"); in Korea, it's Dokdo ("solitary island").
Matthew speaks to Jeff
sigh I wish I wasn't a poor fag
Nodes are appearing! Oh my god.
Margot Bergman, Portia, 2017-2018 Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 36 inches (121.9 x 91.4 cm)
Margot paints as if crippled by a vertiginous distortion of perspective. We can only surmise. Perhaps Portia has an especially big head?
This is an oil painting by Peter Rasmussen. He is an English artist.
The manner of painting displayed has been popular in new European art since approximately 1950 a.d. and gained a new following in the early 21st century from artists with little talent trying to remain relevant to trends in painting.
The brushstrokes must be loose and denote the artist paying little attention to detail so that an ironic sneer at the redundancy of painting in the modern world can be deduced just in case the artist is questioned as to being of little skill.
Personally I find it very enjoyable, but, it is frustrating to me that so few artists actually ever develop past this period in their oeuvre.