Sir George Clausen (1852-1944)

by Matthew Innis |

George Clausen, although a respected teacher at the Royal Academy and though eventually knighted, never really got the recognition in his home country that he deserved.  He was a Naturalist, which meant to his critics and detractors, that he was a painter of ugliness:  ugly people doing ugly things, painted in ugly colors.  To those who…

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