Christopher Le Brun’s Solo Exhibition at ARDNT

Christopher Le Brun‘s first time exhibition in Singapore. ARDNT presents Christopher’s new paintings on canvas.

Visitors should be prepared for the huge impact of loud and romantic emotions from Christopher’s painting.

Exhibition ends on March 27, 2016
Opening hours:
9 Lock Road #03-21
Singapore 108937

About the Artist
Born in Portsmouth UK and trained at the Slade and Chelsea Schools of Art in London he appeared early on in many group exhibitions, such as the influential Zeitgeist exhibition at the Martin-Gropius Bau, Berlin, and from 1980 on, in many solo exhibitions in Britain, Europe and America. He was a prize-winner at the John Moores Liverpool exhibitions in 1978 and 1980 and worked in Berlin during 1987-88 as guest of the DAAD artist’s programme.

Between 1990 and 2003 he served as a trustee of the Tate and subsequently of the National Gallery, a period which saw his involvement in the radical developments of Tate at Bankside, Liverpool and St. Ives. In recent years he has been a trustee of the Dulwich Picture Gallery and the Royal (formerly Prince’s) Drawing School, which he helped to establish in 2000. In the same year he was elected Professor of Drawing at the Royal Academy. He was elected President of the Royal Academy in December 2011. He is the 26th President since Sir Joshua Reynolds and the youngest to be elected since Lord Leighton in 1878.

Christopher Le Brun: Can’t or Won’t (2015); Oil on Canvas, 220 x 440 cm BRUN0015. Christopher Le Brun: Palace (2015); Oil on canvas, 220 x 170 cm.

 

Courtesy images: ARDNT

Source: NaoRococo (NR) & ARDNT

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