(b. 8 December 1922, Berlin) is a British painter of German origin.
He is the son of Jewish parents Ernst Ludwig Freud, an architect, and Lucie née Brasch. He is the grandson of Sigmund Freud, brother of writer and politician Clement Raphael Freud and of Stephan Gabriel Freud, and uncle of radio and television broadcaster Emma Freud.
Freud and his family moved to England in 1933 to escape the rise of Nazism, and became British citizens in 1939. During this period he attended Dartington Hall school in Totnes, Devon, and later Bryanston School.
Lucian Freud, Reflection with two Children (self-portrait), Oil on canvas, 91 x 91cm, 1965
Lucian Freud, The Village Boys on 1942
Lucian Freud, Large Interior