Mark Metcalfe

Lives and works in London, UK

Mark Metcalfe’s paintings incorporate archetypal characters, themes and motifs that reinterpret existing stories in the collective memory. His works often challenge fixed ideas around trust, faith and the unknown. In some works, Metcalfe uses religious iconography painted in classical realist techniques. In others, Metcalfe references Fauvist, quasi psychedelic palettes of archetypal heroes, tricksters and bizarre phenomena. His recent paintings are centred around mythological narratives that involve fallen deities, temptation, and moral descent.

Tempted in the Wilderness day 39, 2021

165 x 130 cm

Oil on cotton

© The Artist

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Tempted in the Wilderness day 38, 2021

170 x 140 cm

Oil on Cotton

© The Artist

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Cain and his Son Enoch, 2021

165 x 165 cm

Oil on cotton

© The Artist

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