There is a cool, quiet elegance to Alan Macdonald’s paintings, which belies the disequilibrium at their heart. His figures, grey eyed and dreaming, might be time travelers, drawing distant cousinship from the portraits of Rembrandt or Frans Hals. His bucolic northern landscapes lay claim to an equally venerable artistic heritage. But if an accretion of the art historical past informs his imagery, it is transposed into a world where confidence has been lost, where the spiritual beliefs and myths which once bound man to nature, and through nature, to the [...]
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"this is so amazin because its funny yet it is painted so beautilly. most beatiful paintngs have a dark side or they are kinda boring but this is a very different twist"
"Lol. These are funny, so creative!"
"I truly enjoy the fact that the artist involves the past and presant"