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The private space of Lucian Freud revealed

The private space of Lucian Freud revealed

Lucian Freud painting the Queen of England, 2001. Photo by David Dawson.    Lucian Michael Freud (8 December 1922 – 20 July 2011)

Lucian Freud painting the Queen of England, 2001. Photo by David Dawson. Lucian Michael Freud (8 December 1922 – 20 July 2011)

The architect by Alice Maher.

The architect by Alice Maher.

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Anton Corbijn | Lucian Freud (London, 2008)

Anton Corbijn | Lucian Freud (London, 2008)

Freud, Lányfej 1962

Freud, Lányfej 1962

Edvard Munch (1863-1944) was een Noorse kunstschilder. Confrontaties met ziekte en dood lieten in hem de hartstocht voor de kunst ontwaken. De angst voor het verlies van zijn naasten bleef de jonge kunstenaar jaren achtervolgen. Deze geestelijke onrust had hij gemeen met Van Gogh, hoewel hij minder van de natuur uitgaat dan van het psychische.

Edvard Munch (1863-1944) was een Noorse kunstschilder. Confrontaties met ziekte en dood lieten in hem de hartstocht voor de kunst ontwaken. De angst voor het verlies van zijn naasten bleef de jonge kunstenaar jaren achtervolgen. Deze geestelijke onrust had hij gemeen met Van Gogh, hoewel hij minder van de natuur uitgaat dan van het psychische.

Jim Bachor is making a functional and artistic statement by filling in potholes on Chicago streets with one-of-a-kind mosaics. Inspired by ancient art styles in Italy, he has filled about seven potholes. He says the mosaics are, "Meant more as a sense of civic pride than a form of complaint against the city, as the potholes are an inevitable part of living in Chicago." They aren't meant to be a permanent fix, but have surely inspire a lot of smiles around the city this spring!

Jim Bachor is making a functional and artistic statement by filling in potholes on Chicago streets with one-of-a-kind mosaics. Inspired by ancient art styles in Italy, he has filled about seven potholes. He says the mosaics are, "Meant more as a sense of civic pride than a form of complaint against the city, as the potholes are an inevitable part of living in Chicago." They aren't meant to be a permanent fix, but have surely inspire a lot of smiles around the city this spring!

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