Those taken with the colour and ebullience of Martin Scorsese’s 2002 epic, “Gangs of New York”, will experience similar frissons at the Royal Academy’s spring exhibition, “George Bellows: Modern American Life”. Whilst New York might not be Bellows’ only subject, its vast presence dominates the early paintings and unlike Scorsese’s [...]
Gallery curator and international art dealer, Jean-David Malat, gives us a personal tour through one of the boldest...
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“No artist can arrive at a signature style without a sense of progression and development and that is what this exhibition aims to show.”Read more ›
“This retrospective at the Royal Academy provides a fascinating insight into the relationship between Manet’s work as a portraitist and those of his realistic scenes of modern life.”Read more ›
If you didn’t already know, it’s Indian & Islamic Art Week in London currently. Leading the charge, Christie’s first Arts of India auction in South Kensington spans exquisite Mughal portraits to late 19th century Hindu icons of Tamil Nadu, as well as art from Tanjore and the Punjab hills. At King Street, the Arts [...]Read more ›