Considering Art Podcast – Eleanor Moreton, painter

In this podcast episode, painter Eleanor Moreton talks about how she sees the home as a place of dysfunction and repression, her use of history as a metaphor for the personal, her interest in murderers, how and why she has reversioned classic Pre-Raphaelite works, how folk traditions can be used as a method of control, and much, much more.

Eleanor Moreton talking with Bob Chaundy

Accompanying images on consideringart.com

Hole, 2019
Mrs Scott and the Party from the Sirk Series, 2013
The Murderers, 2016 of Charles Manson and his “Family”
Mary-Anne Waiting 2013, after Millais.
Men of Cornwall, 2011
Mission Church, 2017

All images are ©Eleanor Moreton

You can see more of Eleanor’s works on her website here

Music: Ibiza by MBB | https://soundcloud.com/mbbofficial

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