Half a year ago, the National Gallery in London presented a reproduction of the work of Lucian Freud (1922-2011), in which the institution was headed by Gabriele Finaldi – the former deputy director of the Prado and responsible for the exhibition in 2011. The word created the picture, for Benedict XVI’s World Youth Day—hidden the autobiographical artist’s biography to focus on the expressiveness of the brush, juxtaposed colors, and studio fetishism. The montage tried to make people believe that the models had voluntarily posed for Lucian Freud for months and that accusations of misogyny and voyeurism As the essence of their art, they were lies. hence the title, New insightsBecause he argued that art is “darkened” by the life that the artist depicted on his canvases.
Source: El Diario