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New Content: Tate secures Michael Andrews copyright representation

Templates for School III: Butterfly Fish and Damsel Fish, c. 1978. Michael Andrews 1928-1995. © The Estate of Michael Andrews; Photo: Tate
Self-Portrait 1959 Michael Andrews 1928-1995 Accepted by HM Government in Lieu of Inheritance Tax from the collection of Lord & Lady Attenborough and allocated to Tate 2018 Photo: Tate

Tate Images in London are now representing the estate of artist Michael Andrews RA for licensing.

• Michael Andrews is rightly regarded as one of Britain’s leading post war painters and is often linked with artists of the so called ‘School of London’, most notably alongside Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, Lucian Freud and Leon Kossoff.  Known as a meticulous artist, creating paintings characterised by intensity of observation and exacting technical virtuosity, Andrews’ work demonstrates a preoccupation with the depiction of the human figure and a deep involvement with the subject of landscape.

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