Quartet in C minor Op. 60 for pianoforte, violin, viola and cello part 3 First mvt Allegro non troppo conc.
David Dawson (born 1960) is an artist from Britain. He born near Pwllheli. He studied at Chelsea College of Art from 1984 to 1987, followed by the Royal College of Art from 1987 to 1989, where he was a contemporary of Tracey Emin and Jake and Dinos Chapman. Unlike them, however, even at this stage Dawson considered himself to be almost exclusively a painter.After leaving the Royal College of Art he became an assistant to the artist Lucian Freud in 1991, whilst working for Freud's art dealer at the time James Kirkman, and he continued this role until Freud died, as well as being a frequent model for Freud's paintings.Dawson exhibited his paintings at Marlborough Fine Art in London in a two person show with Catherine Goodman in 2004, and in 2011 a private solo show at 61a Cadogan Square in London.As well as being a painter, Dawson is also a photographer, with his most well known photographs being a series started in 2000 of Freud at work. These were shown at London's National Portrait Gallery in 2004, and 26 of them were acquired for the gallery's collection, including images of Freud painting David Hockney, visits to Freud's studio by Neil MacGregor and Frank Auerbach, and Freud painting Queen Elizabeth II. A number of Dawson's photographs of Freud also appeared in 2006 in the book Freud at Work.Dawson is represented by Marlborough Fine Art in London.
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