(1928 - 2011)
Jack Smith was active/lived in United Kingdom. Jack Smith is known for painting.
Biography Jack Smith
The more our art is serious, the more it will tend to avoid the
drawing-room and stick to the kitchen' (W.R. Sickert, 'Idealism', Art News, 12th May 1910).`…the
kitchen has a hallowed place in the history of art…The marmites of
Chardin, the flayed chickens of Soutine, the eggs and frying pans of
William Scott, are all part and parcel of the great mythology of
European art' (Anonymous review, 'Paintings for the Kitchen', Art News & Review, 12th December 1953, Vol.5, no.23, p.2).
In an article written for the magazine Encounter in 1954,
the critic David Sylvester unwittingly gave the 'Kitchen Si
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