Tuesday, 27 November 2012


The National Portrait Gallery in London has bought the worst portrait of the late Amy Winehouse I've seen: Amy—Blue by Marlene Dumas (2011). It was bought with the help of the Art Fund, so it must have cost a pretty penny. It went on display at the gallery today. CLICK for a bigger graphic. Far better portraits of Amy have been created by Johan Andersson (CLICK) and Jason Mecier (CLICK). The best I've seen is by Zinsky, on display at Clarendon Fine Art in London until 5 December (CLICK).


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