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It is possible to single out there particular painters, tracing their progress from artistic connections 51 52 KEVIN FLYNN with St. Albans to residence at Winchester and professional visits to the continent. 13) for St. e. 7 The energy and novelty of their work may have made them ideal contenders for the patronage of Winchester’s bishop, Henry of Blois. Brother to the king, Henry was famed for his collector’s eye. 21). is very marked, in this specific example drawing upon the expressive potential of the Terence masks.
Albans. Some twenty years later, once more in Winchester, an ageing Master of the Morgan Leaf undertook to repaint the Holy Sepulchre Chapel, partly, no doubt, for aesthetic reasons, but essentially because its flat wooden roof was being replaced by a fashionable arched vault which cut into the original scheme. Much of this later version is little more than a sinopia under-drawing, the surface skimmed by time, and the quiet dignity of his Spanish material, well-suited to its setting, is exchanged by the Morgan Master for something of the older Winchester expressiveness, but with a compassionate emotionalism in his swaying figures.
Sometimes during a day I may have spent more time looking at pictures on my desk (and looking at students’ pictures, when I used to teach) than looking at ‘real life’. Even when I am looking at the real world my fingers twitch as if I am making a drawing of it in my mind. It is a world of its own when you are making a picture. It is that creation of a new world by drawing on a piece of blank paper that is irresistible. It is the thrill of the unexpected. Although you authorise what you do – it is the surprises that occur when making an image that hold your interest.