Lynette Yiadom-Boakye (born 1977) is a British painter and writer. She is best known for her portraits of fictitious subjects painted in muted colours. Her work has contributed to the renaissance in painting the Black figure.
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Celebrated for her enigmatic paintings of human subjects, the artist speaks to Antwaun Sargent about her art, music, writing and …
From her imagined figures to her poetic titles, discover this figurative painter’s work
Explore different approaches to depicting the human figure through the work of five great British artists