{artist: alison watt}

. . . stunningly beautiful works by scottish painter alison watt, described as "one of the leading lights of the scottish contemporary art world" and a graduate of the glasgow school of art; while still a student, watt won the john player portrait award and was commissioned to paint a portrait of the late queen mother

in 2000, watt became the youngest artist to be offered a solo exhibition at the scottish national gallery of modern art with shift,
an exhibition of 12 paintings featuring fabric alone; inspired by the work of french neo-classical artist jean-auguste-dominique ingres, the paintings are large, close-up studies of white draperies:

{images: colline via [design] relevant and national galleries of scotland}

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Anonymous White Cabana said...

Stunning! These are absolutely amazing paintings.

March 30, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow. That is impressive!

March 31, 2010  
Anonymous Maranda @ evoke images said...

Are you kidding me??? These are incredible!

March 31, 2010  
Anonymous goldene said...

such a great modern interpretation of such a classic subject...

March 31, 2010  
Blogger Sarah Klassen said...

These are just beautiful -- I have not seen a painting of fabric look so soft and lovely -- thanks for sharing!

March 31, 2010  
Anonymous automatism said...

Oh, love these! Thanks so much for the introduction to her work — will definitely be following her career!


March 31, 2010  
Anonymous lizzifer said...

This makes me feel like going to sleep in a nice huge bed with 2000ct. white cotton sheets.

April 01, 2010  
Anonymous sketch42 said...

I LOVE these! Gorgeous!

April 02, 2010  

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