Monday, December 22, 2014

“Patrick George – A Likeness” – DVD review

October 14, 2013 by  
Filed under landscape painting, Reviews, Slade School, videos

(note: renting the streaming video version supports Painting Perceptions with a small percentage of the fee) Patrick George once stated: ‘I try to paint a likeness of what I see…In London I paint pictures of people, of things lying around my room and the view out of the window. In the country I go outside […]

Patrick George

Part Four in a series of articles about the Slade School Artist by guest writer, Neil Plotkin. Patrick George, “U”, 2003 oil on board 23.5 x 40 in The Slade School of Art Part IV – Patrick George Interview “I try to paint a likeness of what I see … In London I paint pictures […]

Euan Uglow

Part Three in a series of articles about the Slade School Artist by guest writer, Neil Plotkin. Euan Uglow, Curled nude on a stool 1982-3 Oil on canvas 30 x 39 in “Most people who have the opportunity to look for hours at one painting by Uglow find their eyes traveling over the surface, perplexed […]

Slade School of Art, Part Two – William Coldstream

William Coldstream, Reclining Nude 1974-6   This is the second post in a series of posts where Neil Plotkin, who has been living in London for the summer, looks at a some significant painters coming out of the The Slade School of Art in the UK. This article introduces William Coldstream and points to where […]

The Slade School of Art – Part One

September 6, 2010 by  
Filed under guest posts, notable painters, Slade School, Uncategorized

William Coldstream, Window in Hampstead 1981   Painting Perceptions is again fortunate to have a guest article from Neil Plotkin who has been living in London for the summer. This first post is an brief overview where he looks at a few significant painters coming out of the The Slade School of Art in the […]