The first salon of the season, exploring death scenes in classic paintings with contemporary twists.

St John the Baptist (alive with sheep and with Salome holding his head on a plate post-execution):

Ophelia (a little soggy pre and post drowning):

and the Death of Chatterton:

Here are some lovely sketchers and the artwork they created in one deadly evening:

















Photos: Lux Chell

Models: Maud, John & Lux


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