02 Paintings, The Art Of The Nude, Anwen Keeling’s Swathe and The Radiance, with footnotes # 161

Anwen Keeling (born 1971)
Swathe, c. 2014

Oil on linen
102 x 152cm
Private collection
Anwen Keeling (born 1971)
The Radiance 2007

Oil on canvas
91 x 137cm
Private collection

Anwen Keeling (born in 1976) is an Australian portrait painter. Working primarily with oil paints, her artworks have often focused on introspective women in private settings. She has „always been influenced by Caravaggio.“ Her artworks prominently contain areas of deep shadows.

Keeling was born in Sydney and received a Bachelor of Arts (Visual) with Honours (First Class) and University Medal, from the Canberra School of Art at the Australian National University. She received a Master of Arts (European Fine Art) from the Winchester School of Art at Southampton University in Barcelona, Spain. More on Anwen Keeling

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I search Art History for Beautiful works that may, or may not, have a secondary or unexpected story to tell. I then write short summaries that grow from my research. Art work is so much more when its secrets are exposed

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