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mark thirlwell  cv
Probably the first artist on the whole Londonart site to use the word "Metamodernism" of his work, Mark achieved a First in his BA in Fine Art when he graduated from Sunderland University in 2012. New artists emerging from art school are often the closest to "where its at" in terms of current cutting edge thinking about art and keen collectors value this intellectual commodity. Mark is concerned to cross-reference his ideas; producing enigmatic works, such as double portraits.and horses heads: modelled in 3D, dissolving to simple marks on paper. His painting "How to present one self with two other selves" is both comic yet searching. The subject looks out at the viewer, amidst questions scrawled in blood red: an image attempting to reproduce the questioning of the artist's own self/selves.
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Recalled Seascape (Cove)
Recalled Seascape (Cove)

oil on canvas

2020

51 by 40.6cm. (20.4" x 16.24")
£ 310
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Double Portrait
Double Portrait

Pencil and pastel on paper

2011

84 by 59cm. (33.6" x 23.6")
SOLD
   
Horse portrait
Horse portrait

oil on canvas

2010

40 by 30cm. (16" x 12")
SOLD
   
How to present one self plus two other selves
How to present one self plus two other selves

Oil on canvas

2011

40 by 30cm. (16" x 12")
SOLD
   
Useless Old Woman
Useless Old Woman

oil on canvas

2015

100 by 80cm. (40" x 32")
SOLD