Official Chuck Close website. © – Chuck Close. All Rights Reserved. Unless otherwise noted, all artwork reproduced courtesy the artist, Pace Prints. Charles Thomas "Chuck" Close (born July 5, ) is an American painter, artist and photographer. He makes massive-scale photorealist portraits. Close often.
The quote above is from painter Chuck Close, who says he's never had "painter's block" in his life. Brain Pickings highlights an interview with Chuck Close published in Inside the Painter's Studio: Close's attitude reminds me of another inspirational quote from Pablo Picasso. "Inspiration is for amateurs -- the rest of us just show up and get to work.".
Buy, bid, and inquire on Chuck Close: Self-Portraits on Artsy. Renowned for his photorealistic portraits, Chuck Close has been depicting his own likeness since. Chuck Close ( -). 'Self Portrait', () oil on canvas ("x86"). Chuck Close is a modern American artist who has achieved international recognition.
Chuck Close's subjects are his family, his friends, himself, and fellow artists whose faces are described through his distinct, meticulous marks. Working from a . Chuck Close is an American artist known for his large-scale Photorealist portraits. He constructs the paintings through a grid system, in where each square on the canvas corresponds with a squared off cell on the reference photograph. Focusing mainly on self-portraits or portraits.
Charles Thomas "Chuck" Close (born July 5, ) is an American painter, artist and His father, Leslie Durward Close, died when Chuck was eleven years old. His mother's name .. He has two daughters with Leslie Rose. They divorced in. Leslie Rose Close was a painter and sculptor before she was about it," said Ms . Close, 58, who is married to Chuck Close, the painter.
Gift of Agnes Gund, Jo Carole and Ronald S. Judy Ovitz, Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro, Leila. To Be Looked At: Painting and Sculpture from the Collection July 3, –September 6, 1 other work identified. Bald and bespectacled, Chuck Close glances sideways through a grid of tessellated lenses. Yet what is extraordinary about the photograph.