Jil Sander morphs into Lucian Freud

Artist Begüm Boré draws parallels between Lucian Freud and the queen of minimalism

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Jil Sander slowly morphs into Lucian Freud whilst observing his paintings at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. The biological concept of morphology was developed by the German poet and naturalist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in 1790 and independently by the German anatomist and physiologist Karl Friedrich Burdach in 1800.

Lucian Freud, 8 October 2013 – 6 January 2014, Kunsthistorichisches Museum, Vienna

Lucian Freud & Jil Sander 1

LUCIAN FREUD, MAN'S HEAD, SELF PORTRAIT, 1963 AND JIL SANDER S/S 2001 CAMPAIGN

Lucian Freud & Jil Sander 2

LUCIAN FREUD, NIGHT PORTRAIT, 1985 -1986 AND JIL SANDER A/W 2013 CAMPAIGN 

Lucian Freud & Jil Sander 3

LUCIAN FREUD, BELLA AND ESTHER, 1988 AND JIL SANDER  S/S 2002 CAMPAIGN

Lucian Freud & Jil Sander 4

LUCIAN FREUD, WOMAN WITH A DAFFODIL, 1945 AND JIL SANDER S/S 1996 CAMPAIGN

Lucian Freud & Jil Sander 6

LUCIAN FREUD, GIRL WITH ROSES, 1947- 1948 AND JIL SANDER S/S 1992 CAMPAIGN

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