Leon Kossoff, a pioneering painter of postwar Britain, died on July 4 at age 92. A sense of anxiety, foreboding, and loss permeates many of the artist’s depictions of London after World War II, as well as his paintings of family members. Below is a short selection of works from throughout his career on the occasion of his death.
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