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The Sculpture Gallery, Chatsworth, oil on canvas, 103 x 136 cmsTim KentTim Kent lives and works in Brooklyn, New York and has a growing international reputation. He has recently painted a series of interiors of major British stately homes and is fascinated by interior spaces and the people who inhabit them, these historic rooms have a palpable sense of history redolent of generations of past owners. In his contemporary studies, figures take on a central role, here Kent explores the nature of people behind closed doors and the way they consume their lives. Kent describes himself as: 'A semantic voyeur of people and a manic semiologist of things.'Click here to view more work by Tim Kent