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Auerbach

Frank (Helmuth). born 1931, British painter, born in Germany, noted esp for his use of impasto
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For her examination topic, Frank Auerbach played an influential role.
Two-thirds of the works offered at Wednesday night's sale had never been seen at auction, including Cy Twombly's (), Alberto Burri's , Lucian Freud's and Frank Auerbach's .
Among the 28 featured artists are Richard Long, Peter Lanyon, John Davies, Paul Nash, Bill Brandt, Conrad Shawcross, David Hepher, Frank Auerbach, Fay Godwin, Mathew Smith and Spencer Gore.
Indeed, he was among a group of 20th-century figurative painters who dominated the field in the second half of the 20th century, including Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, R B Kitaj, Leon Kossoff and David Hockney.
Elsewhere at Dean Clough, the main show in the big Crossley Gallery is a remarkable one, by George Rowlett, who was taught by Frank Auerbach and Euan Uglow.
Frank Auerbach's colourful crayoned studies for Park Village East and Mornington Crescent Summer Morning are lively and typical, but the portraits including one of RB Kitaj are more delicate and restrained, though valued at a much lower price.
Also featured will be paintings by his contemporaries, including one by Lucian Freud, four by Francis Bacon and two by Frank Auerbach - all of whom had an influence on John.
When asked if he wanted to be included in a book featuring great contemporary artists such as Lucien Freud and Frank Auerbach, he declined saying he had no time for such "flimflam".
Among the 14 works were Dollar Sign, a gift from Andy Warhol, and pieces by Damien Hirst and Frank Auerbach.
The 14 works, by artists including Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst and Frank Auerbach, reflected Hall's career and family life.
Introductory essays by the curators, Jeremy Lewison and Barry Walker, and by art historians Tamar Garb and Robert Storr, as well as brief comments by three contemporary artists, Frank Auerbach, Marlene Dumas, and Chris Ofili, make up the first third of the book; the rest is devoted to the catalogue of the paintings.
Having settled in Hampstead Garden Suburb, he attended Anna Essinger's school for German refugee children at Bunce Court near Otterden, Kent, where a younger pupil was the artist Frank Auerbach, and moved to Highgate School in 1939.