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/ Haunch of Venison
“The Mystery of Appearance”

HAUNCH OF VENISON, London

Leon Kossoff, Willesden Junction, Summer No.1, 1966.
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Laura McLean-Ferris

Willesden Junction, London, is not a particularly pretty place. It wasn’t in 1966, when Leon Kossoff painted Willesden Junction, Summer No. 1, and it’s not now. Overwhelmingly brown—a sprawling intersection of converging train tracks into a vast expanse of metal, rust, stones, and dirt—it is industrial and unlovely. Kossoff, however,... continue reading

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