The Hidden Place

April 1, 2009

Anthony Scullion

Filed under: Contemporary Painters — thehiddenplace @ 11:19 am
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Reminiscent of Giacometti’s paintings, as well as Francis Bacon’s, Anthony Scullion’s figurative paintings is well worth having a look at.

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7 Comments »

  1. The second image here is great!

    Comment by deanmelbourne — April 14, 2009 @ 6:40 pm | Reply

  2. I love Tony`s work he is one of the top artists in Scotland, you can view some more images on my web site.

    Comment by jim — June 25, 2009 @ 12:29 pm | Reply

  3. Intersting, love the second too

    Comment by Mark — July 15, 2009 @ 7:56 pm | Reply

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    Pingback by Anthony Scullion « GASBIT — September 23, 2009 @ 3:57 am | Reply

  5. What I like about all of the artists you have highlighted here is that, despite any personal artistic direction these artists may want to take in order to express their vision, they all demonstrate that they have learned the fundamentals of drawing and painting. From this base, they have stepped forward and are able to explore new ground without the shackles of technical insecurities. I do prefer, however, Anthony’s work in the first gallery rather than the second; they are more finished and because of this indicate (at least to me) a more complete artist’s statement.

    Comment by Rebecca Harp — September 27, 2009 @ 6:56 am | Reply

  6. I immediately think of sketches by K├Ąthe Kollwitz. If you thought her work dropped you down to a lower level, you’ll fall like a rock when you read her letters.

    Comment by vdego — October 15, 2009 @ 3:06 am | Reply

  7. his work has passion and effervasence. i like these both.

    Comment by S Jyoti Puri — October 15, 2012 @ 7:13 pm | Reply


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