Artist Lucian Freud Dead at 88

British painter Lucien Freud poses on July 4, 2010 during a visit at the Fesch museum in Ajaccio, on the the French Mediterranean island of Corsica. Born in Berlin, Freud emigrated with his family to Britain in 1933 as Nazism took hold in Germany, taking up painting in the 1940s, and over six decades his output has included a number of self-portraits. AFP PHOTO STEPHAN AGOSTINI (Photo credit should read STEPHAN AGOSTINI/AFP/Getty Images) Photo: STEPHAN AGOSTINI/2010 AFP

Lucian Freud, the British painter best known for his sometimes disturbing, psychologically rich portraiture, died last night. He was 88. Freud, the grandson of Sigmund Freud, largely painted regular people, though he did do the occasional famous person, such as this portrait of Queen Elizabeth.