Cinematic Identity Crises and Francis Bacon – Part 1 (Performance).

Introduction The paintings of Francis Bacon have been so often alluded to within post-1960s British cinema that it more often than not loses a sense of consistent meaning and turns more readily into a repeated meme for cultural acknowledgement.  Since the art market has promptly recognised that Bacon's work is of a very genuine commercial … Continue reading Cinematic Identity Crises and Francis Bacon – Part 1 (Performance).

The Living And The Dead – John Kirby Retrospective (Walker Art Gallery)

John Kirby is a Liverpool born artist whose work in predominantly oils has found are large audience outside of Merseyside.  After attending St. Martin’s School of Art and The Royal College of Art, a decision he made in his mid thirties, he has become a successful contemporary painter whose work is extremely popular in London. … Continue reading The Living And The Dead – John Kirby Retrospective (Walker Art Gallery)

Diana And Actaeon – Titian (Walker Art Gallery)

As part of a new initiative, The National Gallery in London has arranged so called “tour dates” to showcase famous and beautiful classics of the art world in cities they have never been seen before.  Titian’s splendidly powerful take on Diana and Actaeon is currently travelling around galleries all over the U.K. like a cultured hitchhiker and … Continue reading Diana And Actaeon – Titian (Walker Art Gallery)

Cottage At East Bergholt – John Constable (Lady Lever Art Gallery)

Perhaps it may be considered misleading to write this article as part of Art in Liverpool but it would seem that keeping strictly to Liverpool City Centre would mean missing out some of the best art available to see locally.  Over the water on the Wirral side, two beautiful art galleries are housed in between … Continue reading Cottage At East Bergholt – John Constable (Lady Lever Art Gallery)

Three Figures and Portrait – Francis Bacon (Tate Liverpool)

Liverpool is currently one of best cities in the U.K. outside of London to see important, beautiful and mind-blowing pieces of art.  Thanks in part to the 2008 Capital of Culture, the year of culture itself has left a wonderful legacy and a demand for art in Liverpool that has been growing for years even before … Continue reading Three Figures and Portrait – Francis Bacon (Tate Liverpool)