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Hobart, Tasmania, Australia19 November 1978
|Education||The Ruskin School of Fine Art and Drawing, University of Oxford (BFA, 2000) and the Royal College of Art, London (MA in Painting, 2002)|
Sigrid Holmwood (November 19, 1978) is a British/Swedish artist and works in London.
Life[edit | edit source]
Holmwood was born in 1978 in Hobart, Australia. She was educated at The Ruskin School of Fine Art and Drawing, University of Oxford (BFA, 2000) and the Royal College of Art, London (MA in Painting, 2002).
Work[edit | edit source]
Her paintings are historical re-enactments of the work of a painter of peasant life, referencing sixteenth century genre-painting and nineteenth century impressionism. She sometimes performs in costume while she paints, dressed in clothing accurate to the 17th C subject of her paintings. In line with her interest in historical accuracy and reenacting old techniques as part of her contemporary practice, she makes her own handmade paints according to historic recipes. Holmwood is known to use traditional materials and techniques in a playful manner, for instance combining fluorescent pigments with egg tempera.
References[edit | edit source]
- Marc Valli; Margherita Dessanay (8 April 2014). A Brush with the Real: Figurative Painting Today. Laurence King Publishing.
- Bloomberg: Newcontemporaries 2003. New Contemporaries (1988) Limited. 2003.
- Paul Rockett (15 December 2015). Pieter Bruegel the Elder. The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc. pp. 37–. ISBN 978-1-5081-7060-0.
- hermesauto (13 January 2016). "London's Saatchi Gallery opens landmark women-only show". The Straits Times.
- Alexandra Parachini. "Que des femmes à l'œuvre à la Saatchi Gallery de Londres".
- "Glenn Brown's recreated historical paintings join Year of Art display at Upton House - Culture24". www.culture24.org.uk.
- Harris, Mark. "Sigrid Holmwood". ArtForum. Retrieved 17 January 2019.
- "Charles Saatchi's new generation of artists - Times Online". web.archive.org. Jun 15, 2011.
- Patricia Ellis; Jane Messenger; Maria Zagala; Saatchi Gallery; Art Gallery of South Australia (2011). Saatchi Gallery in Adelaide: British Art Now. Art Gallery of South Australia.
- Cooke, Rachel (17 January 2016). "Champagne Life review – from the monumental to the mildly insulting" – via www.theguardian.com.
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