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Lucian Freud has always been at pains to preserve his privacy. In recent years, as his fame has increased and his eminence as a painter has matured into pre-eminence, the artist has become the object of endless and generally inaccurate press interest.
Lucian Freud: Portraits is an analysis of the artist as seen through the eyes of those who have been best placed to study him; his sitters.
Over a period of two years film-maker Jake Auerbach and Freud’s biographer, William Feaver filmed many of Freud’s subjects, ranging from the late Duke of Devonshire and the now Dowager Duchess of Devonshire to fellow painters David Hockney and Celia Paul; from friends such as Brigadier Andrew Parker Bowles to ex-lovers, daughters and grand-daughters.
Unprecedented, intimate and revealing, the film weaves these interviews with a large selection of work by one of the great artists of our century. The film offers an in-depth analysis of the artist's life, work and subjects.
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