Bellows at the Joslyn

29 September 2010 at 22:32 Leave a comment

His portraits are brilliant, although the subjects always look terse, annoyed, judging.

I thought it was apropos then that most of his numerous self portraits he seems worried or anxious.

An amazing technician, but he really shouldn’t have listened to his agent: he should have stuck with portraiture.

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