JAMES KELSO

 

THE GRANDCHILDREN’S CUT

Touching on this matter of the purveying of artworks, James Kelso tends to be rather reticent, disliking high-pressure salesmanship or anything brash or pushy. As a result he can come over as somewhat diffident, self-effacing, almost too serious, straight-laced, staid, sober, stern, severe and solemn in the presentation of his paintings. His grandchildren however, do not share this trait. They tend to be less serious, straight-laced, staid, sober, stern, severe and solemn in the promotion of their Granddad’s oeuvre. Click to view.
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