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Frank Auerbach

Study for Mornington Crescent, Summer Morning II, 2004

Crayon on paper
8 3/10 × 8 3/10 in
21 × 21 cm
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Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
London
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Immigrated to Great Britain 1939

Born to Jewish parents in Berlin in 1931, Auerbach was sent to …

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Immigrated to Great Britain 1939

Born to Jewish parents in Berlin in 1931, Auerbach was sent to England in 1939; his parents
remained behind and subsequently perished in concentration camps. After attending Bunce
Court – a progressive boarding school in Kent for Jewish refugee children – he studied at St
Martin’s School …

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© Frank Auerbach, courtesy Marlborough Fine Art
Frank Auerbach
British, b. 1931
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Known for paintings marked by an immediately recognizable thick, nearly grotesque impasto, Frank …

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Known for paintings marked by an immediately recognizable thick, nearly grotesque impasto, Frank Auerbach creates visceral, fluid works that capture the essence of a person or place. Sent to England to escape Nazism as a child, Auerbach rarely leaves Britain and has worked in the same London studio since the 1950s. …

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About the work
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Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
London
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Immigrated to Great Britain 1939

Born to Jewish parents in Berlin in 1931, Auerbach was sent to …

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Immigrated to Great Britain 1939

Born to Jewish parents in Berlin in 1931, Auerbach was sent to England in 1939; his parents
remained behind and subsequently perished in concentration camps. After attending Bunce
Court – a progressive boarding school in Kent for Jewish refugee children – he studied at St
Martin’s School …

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Image rights
© Frank Auerbach, courtesy Marlborough Fine Art
Frank Auerbach
British, b. 1931
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Known for paintings marked by an immediately recognizable thick, nearly grotesque impasto, Frank …

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Known for paintings marked by an immediately recognizable thick, nearly grotesque impasto, Frank Auerbach creates visceral, fluid works that capture the essence of a person or place. Sent to England to escape Nazism as a child, Auerbach rarely leaves Britain and has worked in the same London studio since the 1950s. …

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Frank Auerbach

Study for Mornington Crescent, Summer Morning II, 2004

Crayon on paper
8 3/10 × 8 3/10 in
21 × 21 cm
This is a unique work.
Permanent collection
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