Lucian Freud, who died Thursday in London at the age of 88, was the most artist-like of artists.
The central focus is a single photograph of British painter Lucian Freud.
Perhaps that is what Lucian Freud meant when he said, “I want paint to work as flesh.”
The great painter Lucian Freud, dead at 88, took on the clichés of British art by magnifying them.
"If you will excuse me, sir, I shall leave you," said Lucian ceremoniously.
That it would be useless to say aught of Lucian, she now knew too well.
Now after having seen what a wag Lucian is from his own words, we must decide how we are going to take him.
"Welcome to your kingdom, fair queen," says Lucian, as they enter.
And—it is not a childish feeling, her liking for Lucian Spenser.
Ah, Lucian Davlin, this is well; this nerves me for the worst!
masc. proper name, from Latin Lucianus (cf. French Lucien), a derivative of Roman Lucius, from lux (genitive lucis) "light" (see light (n.)). The Hellenistic Greek writer (his name Latinized from Greek Loukianos) was noted as the type of a scoffing wit.