Irwin is right, on Saturday I posted 2 of Freud's Mom and an answer to dominika's query about copyright. There was a database error and a lot of stuff got lost, so here goes again.
Jeni, thanks so much for visiting.
dominika, good copy, immediately recognizable as being the man himself.
Copyright is a vexing problem, because it varies from country to country. However, there's a thing known as "fair use" which most of us take to cover work done for educational purposes, so there should be no problem. It's not as if any of us are trying to sell our copies.
There's a town in China btw, Xiamen, where thousands of artists labour every day churning out copies of everything imaginable, old and new. And these are for sale! So I think we're pretty small insignificant stuff compared to them.
Irwin, so glad you've joined in! An excellent rendition, and I wouldn't worry too much about her upper lip.
Here's one I did almost 4 years ago of Freud's dear old Mom.
And here's the one I painted on Saturday.
Yesterday I did a copy of "Head of the Big Man," 1975.
And today I decided to let the bear loose and do my own Expressionistic thing based more or less on one of Freud's paintings, "Woman in a Grey Sweater," 1988. (It's more fun that way, and nobody could possibly sue you for infringement of copyright because it looks nothing like the original.
Tomorrow my wife and I are going for a few days on a trip to an interesting old part of Spain, so hasta la vista amigos.