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bretts art making process involved "relaxing" in front of a canvas ( because he was restless everywhere else" and then often painting straight onto the canvas out of themes of life in his head

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Did Brett Whiteley enjoy art in school?

Brett Whiteley did enjoy art in school that's why he became an artist


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twice in 1976 and 1978 Brett Whiteley causing controversy with his Paintings.Brett Whiteley TitleSelf portrait in the studioMediumoil, collage and hair on canvasDimensions200.5 x 259cmWinner: Archibald Prize 1976Whiteley followed this win with an even more expressive work in 1978: Art, life and the other thing, a triptych that explored three issues -- the status of photographic representation in portraiture, the Dobellcontroversy and the representation of Whiteley's own battle with heroin addiction.In 1978 Brett Whiteley won the Archibald, Wynne and SulmanPrizes all in the same year, the only time this has happened. It was his second win for the Archibald and the other prizes as well.


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Whiteley belonged to the movement usually referred to as 'Julius Caesar' This is due to him being obsessed with Caesar, often stating "I wish to conquer the world and build a shrine to Caesar, I do this through my art." This was a very common movement throughout the 1950s.


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What is the painting of Brett Whiteley famous of?

Brett Whiteley was famous for numerous paintings- particularly his entry 'Self Portrait in the Studio' which won the Archibald prize in 1976. He was again successful in securing the prize in 1978 with his painting 'Art, Life and the Other Thing'. He has also been noted for his controversial piece 'The American Dream' which he created as a result of the anger he felt towards the American society during the Vietnam War.


Is Brett Favre building a house in Orange Beach Al?

It's not Brett Favre's house. It is Art Favre's.


What is the meaning to Brett Whiteley's self portrait in the studio?

Like a number of other major paintings of this period inspired principally by Matisse, it exudes a sense of sumptuous living and the liquid presence of the harbor through what Whiteley called 'the ecstasy-like effect of Ultramarine blue'. His tiny, mirrored self-portrait also reflects the tendency of Eastern art to portray man as merely part of a larger landscape. However this painting also hinted at a darker side as Wendy Whiteley explained in 1995: "... he was warning himself and other people watching. It was the cage of his interior, his addiction, the window or a glimpse of possible escape into paradise: the escape from one's psyche." (Australian Art Department, AGNSW, 2000)


Is Art Favre married?

Art favre was brett's dad and he is now dead. His widow is bonita