Kossoff


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Kossoff

(ˈkɒsɒf)
n
(Biography) Leon. born 1926, British painter, esp of London scenes
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Charlie spent National Service in the RAF in Egypt for two years, then went to the prestigious Royal College of Art, where he was described as one of the most lively in a generation that included Peter Blake, Leon Kossoff and Bridget Riley.
Now eligible to play in the 40-plus, Brady looked ageless by defeating Robbie McCarthy 15-13, 15-2 to capture the NYAC R48LTE/Burt Kossoff Invitational.
LONDON -- British artist Leon Kossoff, who painted his home city of London in all its moody, rough-edged glory, has died.
Joe Koicim and Noah Kossoff of Marcus & Milichap brokered the deal.
Auerbach, Blake, Caulfield, Hamilton, Hockney, Kossoff: such a list could be made several times over, so flush with talent was the London art scene of the early 1960s.
Bonamassa has always paid tribute to a clutch of players from the "British bluesboom" of the mid to late 1960s - Clapton, Green, Beck, Page and Free's Paul Kossoff are all high on that list - plus the Irishmen Rory Gallagher and Gary Moore.
Looking at other great guitars there is Mick Bolton from UFO, Robin Trower from the RT Band Paul Kossoff from Free on bass.
In London, Kitaj joined forces with figures such as David Hockney and Peter Blake, though he ultimately manifested greater affinities with the Central Europeans of the London School, painters such as Leon Kossoff, Frank Auerbach, even Lucian Freud--all of whom were marked by what Kitaj identified (particularly in his own work) as diasporism.
Frank Auerbach, Leon Kossoff and Ron Kitaj adopted Expressionism to represent the emotional character of a person, a place or an experience.
Bowie's tastes ranged from modern and contemporary British art to contemporary African artists. A touring exhibition displaying the collection featuring work from Marcel Duchamp, Henry Moore, Damien Hirst, John Virtue, Stanley Spencer, Leon Kossoff, Jean-Michel Basquiat and others will make stops in New York, Los Angeles and Hong Kong starting July 20. The sale also includes 120 pieces of 20th-century furniture and sculpture.