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Lynne Garlick B. 1962
Lynne Garlick
B. 1962
I'm Having an Old Friend for Dinner
Charcoal and pastel on paper
22 x 15 inches
Lynne Garlick
Rehs Contemporary Galleries, Inc., New York City
Hannibal Lecter: All media in which Hannibal Lecter appears, portray him as cultured and sophisticated, a psychopath, with refined tastes in art, music and cuisine. He is frequently depicted preparing gourmet meals from his victims' flesh, the most famous example being his admission in the film adaptation of The Silence of the Lambs that he once ate a man's liver "with fava beans and a nice Chianti."

Lynne Garlick was born in the UK and has always had a passion for art. Whilst studying and working in graphic design for leading advertising agencies, she pursued her love of painting, first as a hobby and then professionally as a contemporary artist.  After moving to Anguilla in 2010 she discovered a whole new aspect and approach to art.

Wishing to incorporate this into her work Lynne joined the Ani Art Academy Anguilla in 2012, and has since had work published in American Art Collector magazine.

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