Fountain Court, Middle Temple, circa. 1960, by Feliks Topolski.
Topolski’s Chronicles contain over 2300 drawings, depicting his interpretation of the many current affairs of the time.
Topolski was much more than an ordinary artist. An accomplished chronicler of many of the 20th century’s historical events, his work offered commentary on social and political life particularly in the years following World War II.
A renowned portrait artist, he used tangled dynamic lines to bluntly portray his models, at times in an almost caricatural manner.
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