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Director of the Munch Museum describes Munch’s The Scream as particularly relevant to Brexit

Edvard Munch: love and angst opens at the British Museum on Thursday 11 April, 2019 London is experiencing an exciting time with the opening of so many vibrant art exhibitions. Opening on Thursday, 11 April at the British Museum is … Continue reading

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Van Gogh opens at the Tate Britain

The EY Exhibition: Van Gogh and Britain The Van Gogh and Britain Exhibition which has opened at London’s Tate Britain brings together the largest group of the artist’s paintings to be shown in the UK for nearly a decade. It … Continue reading

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Major Collection of Impressionist Art opens at London’s National Gallery

I must confess that, as a lover of Impressionism, being invited to the opening of the Courtauld Impressionists ‘From Manet to Cezanne ‘ at London’s National Gallery which opens tomorrow 17 September was a definite must.  The exhibition is made up … Continue reading

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Impressionist view of London at Tate Britain

Impressionist Art seems to be everywhere. Opening today at Tate Britain is an exhibition of French Artists in Exile (1870 – 1904). With the theme Impressionists in London, the exhibition containing over 100 paintings and sculptures highlights what life was … Continue reading

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Hockney at Tate Britain

Mr and Mrs Clark (Celia Birtwell and Ossie Clark) and Percy 1970/1 A major exhibition of two hundred and thirteen works spanning nearly 60 years of David Hockney opens at the Tate Britain on Thursday, February 9. This is a … Continue reading

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Flemish Artist James Ensor at Royal Academy

For anyone who hasn’t had the chance to see the work of Flemish artist James Ensor’s , particularly known for his bizarre masks, his exhibition is on at the Royal Academy until 29 January, 2017. Despite spending his professional life … Continue reading

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Tate Modern extension Opens

  The newly expanded Tate Modern, the gallery of modern and contemporary art, opened on 17 June with free live performances, new commissions, and a host of special events. Three weeks of live art will animate the displays. The Switch … Continue reading

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Painting with Light opens at London’s Tate Britain

  Painting with Light: Art and Photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the Modern Age opens at the Linbury Galleries, Tate Britain. The invention of photography in 1839 contributed to a period of change for the visual arts in Britain. The development … Continue reading

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Latest Must See Exhibition – Painting the Modern Garden Monet to Matisse

2016 Must see Exhibition – Painting the Modern garden: Monet to Matisse For anyone who loves any aspect of a garden and Impressionist paintings Painting the Modern garden: Monet to Matisse, which opens at the Royal Academy on 30 January … Continue reading

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New Concept Restaurant LARTE in Milan

During a recent visit to Milan, we ate at a new concept Italian restaurant LARTE which is near to the renowned opera house, La Scala. It is open all day so people can drop in for a coffee or an … Continue reading

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