‘THE INTERIOR SCENE’ (Illustrated: ‘The Piano Lesson’ 1923 by Henri Matisse

Sunday 30th April 2017

 

Pablo Picasso and the ‘Interior Scene’

 

La Muse by Pablo Picasso

‘La Muse’ (1935) by Pablo Picasso

For T J Clark (“Picasso and Truth) , the leitmotif of Picasso’s  enormously diverse production in the Twenties and Thirties – with its “galumphing nudes”, busy still lifes and myriad monsters – is his concern with representing interior space: “At the heart of Picasso’s understanding of life,” he writes, “lay an unshakable commitment to the space of a small or middle-sized room and the little possessions laid out on its table.” Later in life, when Picasso was asked why he had painted so few landscapes, he replied that he had never seen any.

 

Tanya Vanessa Foster - Late Night Table

‘Late Night Table’ by Tanya Vanessa Foster  NOW ON SHOW AT THE FLETCHER GATE FINE ART GALLERY

 

VISIT THE GALLERY TO SEE MORE WORKS BY THE LONDON SLADE SCHOOL ARTIST

TANYA VANESSA FOSTER

 

 

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