A portrait of Lucian Freud from two of the people who knew him best.
Celia Paul’s memoir ‘Self-Portrait’ reveals a life lived through art: from her own training aged sixteen, through an intense affair with Lucian Freud, to her work today. She is joined by William Feaver, Lucian Freud’s collaborator, curator and close friend. Over many years, Freud narrated to him the story of his life, the result of which is his electrifying biography, ‘The Lives of Lucian Freud’.
Paul and Feaver reflect on their memories of this great artist and what it means to live an artist’s life with Nicholas Cullinan, Director of the National Portrait Gallery.
Limited number of under-30s tickets available for £10
Photo: Lucian c. 1929. Private Collection