Saturday, December 1, 2018

John Kirby

John Kirby (1949) is a British artist known for his paintings exploring issues of gender, religion, sexuality, and race. 
Boy with Beret, 2013
His work has been compared to that of René Magritte, Balthus and Edward Hopper. Kirby has exhibited internationally, and his work is held in several collections including the Tate Gallery, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and the Royal College of Art.
His work has been described as “bleak and lonely” and dominated by “solitary figures in strange worlds.”

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