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Constable at the V&A

Constable, The Making of a Master opens at the Victoria & Albert Museum on 20 September. The V&A is the leading centre for the study of Constable’s works having in its possession over 300 paintings, sketches, drawings and watercolours. The … Continue reading

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Paul Klee: Making Visible opens at the Tate Modern

Paul Klee – Making Visible at the Tate Modern An exhibition of over 130 colourful drawings, watercolours and paintings created by Paul Klee has opened at the Tate Modern. This is the first time that a museum has shown Klee … Continue reading

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Lowry Exhibition opens at Tate Britain

Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life The first major exhibition, since his death, of over 90 works of LS Lowry (1887 – 1976) has opened at Tate Britain, running until October 20, 2013. Although known for his stick figures … Continue reading

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