The Influence of Nelson Shanks

by Matthew Innis |

It has been two years since the art world lost the great Nelson Shanks.  A superb painter of still lifes and the figure, and a portraitist of international fame (and a little infamy), Shanks was indisputably one of the greatest representational artists of the 20th century.  Though he is still missed, the wonderful truth about artists such as Shanks is . . .

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