Auerbach, Frank( Artist)
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Biography Auerbach, Frank
Frank Auerbach was born on April 29, 1931 in Germany. He is well-known British avant-garde artists.
Frank Auerbach was born in Berlin. He has Jewish ancestry. Frank was a talented young. In 1939 he was sent to school Favershem in England for training in an exchange program. Then the war started, and Frank forever lost touch with their families.
In 1947, Frank Auerbach became a British citizen. He started looking for work in the field of art. His first steps in the adult world he did on the stage 'Tavistock' and 'Torch'.
Onstage Auerbach has been successful, but great satisfaction that his work has not brought. He saw his future in painting. He painted in the imagination of untold paintings, relying only on his intuition and instinct.
To sistematizovat their knowledge and to bring to the ideal of painting technique, the amateur painter went to art school, Saint-Martin. His first mentor and teacher was David Bomberg.
. During his studies, Frank attention udelal Technology Paul Cezanne, in his early works can be seen several techniques borrowed from this brilliant artist.
. After graduation, Frank Auerbach (Frank Auerbach) entered the Royal College of Art in London
. He was a diligent student, teachers periodically pleasing their complex and serious work.
Auerbach in more studied drawing portraits. But his paintings differed sharply from the classical repose of the genre. Frank portrays its characters in bold strokes and thick. Sometimes it was difficult to tell who is depicted in the portrait, but the overall impression of the paintings remained strong and bright.
In 1973, Frank Auerbach made his debut with his collection in Milan. And in 1986 the world community recognized his art, calling the creator of genius today.
In addition to writing portraits of Frank Auerbach (Frank Auerbach) was engaged in dressing of various premises. He is the author of the design of the British Pavilion at the 17th Venice Biennale.
Frank Auerbach created a name for himself his extraordinary and brilliant creativity. He never took away their models specifically. Many of the portraits painted with his friends and acquaintances. Artists often attracted irregular features and interesting forms, making it all the more unusual pictures. His wife was the best model Juliet Yardley Mills. Many of her portraits were awarded the prestigious art awards.