Lucian Freud (German-born British, 1922-2011): Still Life with Lemon, 1946. Oil on panel, 6 x 3-3/4 inches (17 x 9.5 cm). Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, London, UK. © This artwork may be protected by copyright. It is posted on the site in accordance with fair use principles. “Everything is autobiographical and everything is a portrait” (Lucian Freud) … Continue reading When Life Hands You a Lemon, Paint It
http://www.theartnewspaper.com/comment/reviews/media/156896/ THE WORLD IS FINALLY CATCHING UP WITH CARMEN The film-maker Alison Klayman’s latest subject was for many years a marginalised artist, arguably because her work was ahead of its time, but perhaps even more so because of her gender and ethnicity. Cuban-born Carmen Herrera, who turned 100 in May, had to wait until she … Continue reading The 100-year-old artist, Carmen Herrera
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Born April 26, 1785, John James Audubon was birthed in what is now Haiti on his father’s sugar plantation. His birth name was Jean-Jaques, named after his father Jean who was a French privateer, commonly known as pirates. His father had the rank of Lieutenant in the French navy and his mother was a 27-year-old chambermaid from Les Touches, Brittany. His mother’s name was Jeanne Rabines and lived as a mistress with his father, Jean. She got a tropical disease and died on the island when her son wad just a few months old.
Audubon grew up in France, but when he was 18 his father got him a false passport to escape the Napoleonic wars and the family moved to America. After the death of his mistress, his father had a number of children of mixed race with several native women. In 1789 his father sold part of his…
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