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Christchurch Mansion hosts exhibition that explores the Lucian Freud-John Constable connection
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The year-old, from Felixstowe, says the aim of her exhibition "We are Women" at the Hamilton Road pop up gallery was to celebrate how all women's bodies are different but beautiful. Miss Van Wezel admits that the exhibition, which is her first since finishing a fine art degree at the University of Suffolk, has had a mixed reaction with some people shouting about how much they love it and others frowning through the window. She said: "My main goal with my artwork is to empower women, to break through this idea that women should be a sexualised object for men. I have ladies wanting to model for me now to make themselves feel better about themselves.
This new display and the tour of Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows are part of Aspire, a five-year partnership project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Art Fund to enable the work to go on almost constant view across the UK. The work of John Constable has inspired many artists, among them Lucian Freud — , a painter well known for his portraits and nudes. He acknowledged Constable as an influence and collected his work. Freud was a leading light of the East Anglian School of Painting and Drawing, established by Cedric Morris — and Arthur Lett Haines — , in the heart of Constable Country in — the same landscape that inspired both Gainsborough and Constable and continues to influence future generations of artists. Skip to main content.
One is known mainly for nudes, the other, landscapes, so Lucian Freud and John Constable make rather unusual bedfellows. However, there are some rather surprising links between the two artists as Arts Editor Andrew Clarke discovered at a new exhibition in Ipswich. A nude by John Constable which forms a link with Lucien Freud.