11 Mar 2010 – 17 Mar 2010

London, United Kingdom


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  • Tube: Goldhawk Road / Hammersmith


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THE HEPSIBAH GALLERY is delighted to welcome the very talented painter FREDERICK ROSSAKOVSKY-LLOYD for his first show at the gallery. At the outset, fascinated by Impressionism, he observed the world around him, immortalising the beauty of nature on canvas. However, he quickly noted that there was little to distinguish his work from the entire painting canon. It was then that he came to the conclusion that the only way to truly define yourself is to find an individual way of expressing your own emotions and perceptions. He discovered his unique style by chance. During his travels to India, he saw a woman with her face completely concealed. She was hanging out washing. Thank to her anonymity, she seemed, to Frederick, to represent every woman who, regardless of origin or colour, performs similar activities. That living picture changed his perception of the world forever. Frederick began to paint faceless figures in various situations. Some of them happy, others steeped in sorrow. They all, however, have one thing in common - each and every one is a mirror within which one may find one's own reflection.

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