Thursday, 15 August 2013

Critics Review William's Work

“Rose has in fact achieved something far more impressive than the Hirsts and Emins by demonstrating that something genuinely new can still be created within the traditional idiom of picture-making.”  - Prof. Edward Chaney

“It is in this gap and the strange, almost impossible, conversation between Piero della Francesca and Franz Kafka that the work of William Rose resonates.”   -Prof. Sean Gaston
“At times Rose conjures late Sickert, Beckmann, Balthus, Morandi, Manet, and Cezanne, variously inimitable and idiosyncratic painters who provide an oblique benchmark for Rose’s inherent individualism and privileged position on a post-modern pluralist parapet.”  -Peter Davies


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