The Lives of Lucian Freud: YOUTH 1922 – 1968
by William Feaver
✅ Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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The first part of the magisterium in the life of the enigmatic artist, The Life of Lucian Freud mines myriad of conversations between Freud and his friend and confidant William Feaver. Provide the kind of full understanding of the painter that has eluded other writers and critics, this is truly a ground breaking work of biography. Though fiercely private, Lucian Freud spoke every week for decades, his confidant and collaborator William Feaver – the painting and the art world, but also on his life and loves. The result is this single, electrifying, biography, shot through with Freud’s words. In his Youth, the first of two volumes, Feaver evokes Freud’s childhood: Sigmund Freud, granddaughter, born in a middle-class Jewish family in Weimar, Berlin, fleeing from Nazi Germany in 1934, before falling in subsequent English public schools. Following Freud, through art, the school, his time in the Navy during the war, the post-war years, the adventures in Paris and Greece, and his return to Soho – connect with duchesse and violent criminals in the city, with Greta Garbo and Princess Margaret – Feaver traces of a brilliant, difficult young adulthood. An account of a century told through one of its most important artists, The Life of Lucian Freud is a landmark in the history of his subject, and in the art of biography itself.
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