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Lucian Freud /

by Feaver, William; Freud, Lucian; Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.); Tate Britain (Gallery); Fundaci©đ "La Caixa" (Barcelona, Spain).
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Tate Publishing, c2002Description: 240 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), ports ; 30 cm.ISBN: 1854373994 (pbk) :; 1854374397 (hdk) :; 0810962675.Subject(s): Freud, Lucian -- Criticism and interpretation | Freud, Lucian, 1922- -- Catalogs | Freud, Lucian, 1922-2011 -- Exhibitions | Freud, Lucian -- Exhibitions | Freud, Lucian, 1922- | Freud, Lucian -- Critique et interprétation | Freud, Lucian -- Expositions | Freud, Lucian | Freud, Lucian | Painting, British -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Painters -- Great Britain -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Figurative art, British -- Catalogs | Human figure in art -- Exhibitions | Painting, Modern -- 20th century -- Great Britain -- Exhibitions | Painting, English -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Portraits, British -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Figurative art, British -- Exhibitions | Peinture anglaise -- 20e siècle -- Expositions | Portraits anglais -- 20e siècle -- Expositions | Figurative art, British | Schilderijen | PINTORES -- INGLESES | Exhibition catalogs
Contents:
Educating for the social professions - an international perspective -- The international social work scene -- The state, welfare and social work -- International perspectives on 'the family' -- Poverty - a global problem -- Migration and refugees -- Disasters in international perspective -- Some conclusions and indications for the future -- Suicide and deliberate self-harm -- Problems due to use of alcohol and other psychoactive substances -- Problems of sexuality and gender -- Psychiatry of the elderly -- Drugs and other physical treatments -- Psychological Treatment -- Mental health care for a community -- Child and adolescent psychiatry -- Mental retardation (learning disability) -- Psychiatry and the law -- The law in England and Wales.
Summary: Catalogue published to accompany the largest retrospective to date of the work of Lucian Freud. The exhibition, sponsored by UBS Warburg, is unprecedented in its scope and will bring together key works from Freud's entire career, including over one hundred and forty paintings, drawings and etchings, some new, many never before exhibited. In particular it will provide an exciting opportunity to see the exceptionally productive period of the last twenty years in the context of earlier decades. Paintings in the exhibition will range from Girl with Roses 1948 to Garden, Notting Hill Gate 1997, and highlights include the marvellous series of portraits of his mother, portraits of fellow painters John Minton, Michael Andrews and Frank Auerbach, and other major works including Large Interior W11 (after Watteau) 1981-3.
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Book Book Main library Non-fiction IA FRE 2002 (Browse shelf) 1 Available Donated by Prue Gramp 2014-0007
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Catalogue published to accompany the largest retrospective to date of the work of Lucian Freud. The exhibition, sponsored by UBS Warburg, is unprecedented in its scope and will bring together key works from Freud's entire career, including over one hundred and forty paintings, drawings and etchings, some new, many never before exhibited. In particular it will provide an exciting opportunity to see the exceptionally productive period of the last twenty years in the context of earlier decades. Paintings in the exhibition will range from Girl with Roses 1948 to Garden, Notting Hill Gate 1997, and highlights include the marvellous series of portraits of his mother, portraits of fellow painters John Minton, Michael Andrews and Frank Auerbach, and other major works including Large Interior W11 (after Watteau) 1981-3.

Catalogue published to accompany the exhibtion at Tate Britain, 20 June-22 Sept., 2002 and touring to Fundaci©đ "la Caixa", Barcelona, 22 Oct. 2002-12 Jan. 2003, and The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 9 Feb.-25 May, 2003.

Bibliography : p.229-236.

Educating for the social professions - an international perspective -- 2. The international social work scene -- 3. The state, welfare and social work -- 4. International perspectives on 'the family' -- 5. Poverty - a global problem -- 6. Migration and refugees -- 7. Disasters in international perspective -- 8. Some conclusions and indications for the future -- Suicide and deliberate self-harm -- 13. Problems due to use of alcohol and other psychoactive substances -- 14. Problems of sexuality and gender -- 15. Psychiatry of the elderly -- 16. Drugs and other physical treatments -- 17. Psychological Treatment -- 18. Mental health care for a community -- 19. Child and adolescent psychiatry -- 20. Mental retardation (learning disability) -- 21. Psychiatry and the law -- App. The law in England and Wales.

Catalogue published to accompany the largest retrospective to date of the work of Lucian Freud. The exhibition, sponsored by UBS Warburg, is unprecedented in its scope and will bring together key works from Freud's entire career, including over one hundred and forty paintings, drawings and etchings, some new, many never before exhibited. In particular it will provide an exciting opportunity to see the exceptionally productive period of the last twenty years in the context of earlier decades. Paintings in the exhibition will range from Girl with Roses 1948 to Garden, Notting Hill Gate 1997, and highlights include the marvellous series of portraits of his mother, portraits of fellow painters John Minton, Michael Andrews and Frank Auerbach, and other major works including Large Interior W11 (after Watteau) 1981-3.

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