Portrait of David Hare
- Art Funded
- 130 x 123 cm
- Marlborough Fine Art
Rego assumed the role of director for the work and suggested that Hare stared contemplatively into the distance with his right hand over his heart in a dramatic devotional gesture. There is a suggestion of a play or a performance taking place but the meaning is unclear. The lamb and crook could be a veiled reference to St. John the Baptist and a theatrical mask lies on the floor.
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