The rare gifts of Peter Doig Plus: the magic of Patrick Caulfield and James Rosenquist’s vistas of lustrous but unappealing plenty
'If Rosenquist has a successor, it’s Jeff Koons, another artist who dwells on the tacky excess of affluence. But simply as a painter, Rosenquist was far better. Putting pigment on a surface, as Michelangelo observed, ‘is a music and a melody in itself, which intellect only can appreciate, and with great difficulty’. Not many people can do it really well.'
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