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Absolutely egocentric, Freud embodied a notion which comes to us from the Renaissance, and which has been attributed to Leonardo da Vinci: “Each artist paints himself”.

Freud stayed away from his models, a relationship that shines through in his work, calling the work "purely autobiographical" and the people he painted as simply the vehicle for figurative innovations: "I use them. people to invent my paintings with, and I can work more freely when they are there. "

Freud was a key member of the self-styled School of London, a group of artists dedicated to figurative realism, considered somewhat reactionary at the time, as it avoided the presence of avant-garde movements, such as minimalism. , pop and Conceptual Art. Compared to David Hockney, or even Francis Bacon, his contemporaries, Freud is stylistically conventional. It is quite different with his subjects.

While naturalist drawing lessons have long included nude models, the expressive detail with which Freud paints the genitals sets him apart from other artists in portrait history.

With the analytical examination and detail that a botanical illustrator might devote to a rare flower, Freud paints primary and secondary sexual characteristics.

Freud owes a lot to the Expressionists of the early twentieth century. His pronounced and expressive features are reminiscent of Egon Schiele (thoroughly) and Edvard Munch, and the tilted perspective and anthropomorphic depictions of chairs, shoes, and other inanimate objects are reminiscent of a certain Vincent van Gogh.

Freud was one of the great self-portraitists of the twentieth century. He painted himself obsessively. Although it may lack the range and manner of a Rembrandt, Van Gogh, or Schiele, Freud's self-portraits form one of the most comprehensive visual autobiographies of any painters, providing a glimpse into self-centeredness and self-esteem. the relentless motivation that fueled the artist.


Lucian Freud's style

Lucian Freud, renowned for his flawless observations of anatomy and psychology, made even beautiful people (including Kate Moss) ugly. One of the most famous portrait painters of the late XNUMXth century, Freud painted only his relatives: friends and family, wives and mistresses, and, last but not least, himself. His insightful series of self-portraits spans more than six decades. Unusual among artists with such long careers, his style has remained remarkably consistent. Perhaps inevitably, the psychic intensity of his portraits and his notoriously lengthy sessions with models have been compared to the psychoanalytic practice of his famous grandfather, Sigmund Freud.

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