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Mrs Renske Mann

If found this a fascinating article and only wish I had seen this exhibition. For me your article had particular relevance, as my late husband, the British painter Cyril Mann (1911-1980) has elements of both Soutine's and Bacon's work, taking them in a slightly different direction. Royal Academy trained in London before the war, Cyril was also often inspired by macabre subjects, ranging from offal for our cat, to a boiling fowl, a pig's head and beefbone, or a dead rabbit. He insisted: "It doesn't matter what you paint, it's the way you see it". You will know what I mean if you see the educational website www.cyrilmann.co.uk

David Packwood

Thanks Mrs Mann for stopping by.

I don't know your late husband's work, but I'll try to find out more about it. It sounds intriguing.


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