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Milburn-Foster, Men Wrestling in Black

Milburn-Foster Men Wrestling in Black, 2016

View in a room Painting 39.4 x 39.4 x 0.8 inch Unique artwork

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Milburn-Foster, Men Wrestling in Black
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Milburn-Foster

Born in: 1943 United Kingdom

Milburn-Foster

Biography

He was born in North Wales at the end 1943.

His father, who was an excellent draughtsman, taught him drawing and painting from a very early age. He was a very fine watercolour artist and he grew up learning his techniques.

Later, he went to an art school in London, but soon after leaving he became interested in film making and worked as a film director for almost thirty years.

He have always been fascinated by the moving image, especially the human figure in motion, and throughout his time in films he also continued to work as an artist. Now he committed entirely to his painting and in trying to create the illusion of movement in a static image.

Although, he started by using the sequence photographs of the early photographer Eadward Muybridge as source material, he now use still frames from videos he have taken myself of models and professional dancers performing nude in my studio.

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