Random Inspiration: Paxton’s Uncharacteristic Nude

by Matthew Innis |

  Among the many fine paintings of nudes in William McGregor Paxton’s oeuvre, there is one that stands out, not because of its excellence per se, but because of how much it differs from the rest of his more recognized works. ├é┬áPainted in 1915, Paxton’s Nude (above), when it was first exhibited, prompted the critic…

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