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Many leagues from murky subway tunnels and transport yards of New York, Bond Street’s Opera…

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As the RA’s critically-acclaimed celebration of the French visionary enters its final fortnight, Harry Chapman makes a late call to the exhibition the Evening Standard called “an aesthetic boxer’s blow to the heart”…

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“The end of painting has been much discussed over the past thirty years. On the strength of this exhibition I don’t believe we’re there yet. Far from it.” Harry Chapman takes in Peter Doig’s current show in Edinburgh…

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“As interest gathers pace in the Royal Academy’s current ‘Australia’ show one observation seems to be that it confirms our preconceptions [about] Australian art.” Harry Lytton finds a surprising twist on art from down under in a forthcoming exhibition…

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“Despite being the world’s sixth largest nation, the land Down Under has been curiously absent from art history’s hall of fame.” Estella visits the latest exhibition at the RA…

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Harry Chapman delves into the dark world of the National Galleries Scotland’s witchcraft exhibition in Edinburgh…

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“The Royal Academy is as prestigious as they come and to be featured in their Summer Exhibition is no mean feat. With over 11,000 pieces submitted for consideration this year, the top 1,200 currently grace its hallowed walls.”

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A painter of the Dutch Golden Age, Johannes Vermeer’s works provide a glimpse into everyday 17th century life in the Netherlands.

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