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My Working Class Hero Is Something To Be

in Acrylic by Fizle Sagar 8 Artist Reviews
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With sleeves rolled up the working class man looks into the distance while his wife looks directly at the viewer, almost smugly her looks seems to say 'Look at him,he's mine'. But what is he thinking? Is he wondering why he came back after the First World War when so many of his friends didn't? Is he dreaming lazily as he looks at the skyline. Is he watching for pigeons? Who knows? The title is taken from the John Lennon song 'Working Class Hero'. This type of working class hero is long gone.
W 16.00" x H 12.00"
W 40.64 cm x H 30.48 cm
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About the Artist

I am mainly a self-taught artist whose first love was portraits. It was through them that I began to understand how the relationship between the sitter and the painter was often key to capturing a true likeness. From portraits and people I became interested in bringing the past to life by t...

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A lovely picture that has great composition, it relates to a time and place when simplicity was what was expected; far from what we see today. This is portrayed so well by Fizle Sagar - I like her work, its as simple as the scenes she portrays but has 100% impact on the eye - a great skill. I have another of her pictures on my wall, it drags my eye every time I walk past it. I look forward to other pieces.

Submitted by Stewart H 26/12/2015