At the heart of the exhibition is an exploration of Freud’s paintings through the relationships between the artist and his sitters. Notoriously a deeply private person, Freud often only asked those closest to him to sit for portraits. The pieces on display include some of his most celebrated works, including portraits of his first wife Kitty Garman, friend and long-time studio assistant, David Dawson, and the artist’s mother, Lucie Freud.
Until 16 Jan 2022
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