Freud at Work: Lucian Freud in Conversation with Sebastian Smee
Knopf Publishing Group
November 07, 2006
9.38 X 10.4 X 1.19 inches | 0.03 pounds
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About the Author
Bruce Bernard wrote the introductory essay to the definitive monograph on Lucian Freud published by Random House in 1996, and edited Century, a vast compendium of photographs of the twentieth century, published to great acclaim in 2000. He worked on various newspapers and magazines including The Sunday Times (London). In 2002 his photographs of painters Lucian Freud, Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, Michael Andrews, and Euan Uglow, many of whom were friends from Soho in the fifties, were shown at the Tate in London. David Dawson is a painter and an assistant to Lucian Freud. He has also served as a model in a number of Freud's paintings. His photographs of the painter were exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London in 2004. Sebastian Smee, formerly an art critic for The Daily Telegraph, now writes about art for The Australian, a Sydney newspaper. He lives in Australia.