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Jenny Saville: Flesh

Credit: (c) 2012 Jenny Saville, image courtesy Gagosian Gallery  Atonement Studies: Central Panel (Rosetta), 2005-06

Jenny Saville's work - in pictures

Credit: (c) 2012 Jenny Saville, image courtesy Gagosian Gallery Atonement Studies: Central Panel (Rosetta), 2005-06

Jenny Saville. On one portrait I could use this technique to show the layers of family/identity in the layers of the materials over the time and technique.

Jenny Saville. On one portrait I could use this technique to show the layers of family/identity in the layers of the materials over the time and technique.

Jenny Saville drawing. Most of her paintings are large nudes, not idealized in any way.

Jenny Saville, Modern Art, Oxford

Jenny Saville drawing. Most of her paintings are large nudes, not idealized in any way.

jenny saville ---- The eye in this painting is displaying so much raw emotion. Along with the tones of red and pink the audience instantly recognises the sadness present. I want to create this same instant effect in my images.

jenny saville ---- The eye in this painting is displaying so much raw emotion. Along with the tones of red and pink the audience instantly recognises the sadness present. I want to create this same instant effect in my images.

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Jenny Saville: Flesh

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Jenny Saville, took these images of herself pressed agained glass, to use as source material for her paintings.

Jenny Saville, took these images of herself pressed agained glass, to use as source material for her paintings.

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