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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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Gallery curator and international art dealer, Jean-David Malat, gives us a personal tour through one of…

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Being invited into a stranger’s home may seem odd, particularly when the invitation is to…

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“The best art in the world today? It’s coming from China, Korea and Iran,” exclaimed Bahman, the engaging New York based Iranian artist whose mammoth canvas we were standing in front of.

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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.”

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“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.”

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This autumn sees an unprecedented assembly of works by the Pre-Raphaelites, launching at Tate Britain before touring worldwide, offering a rare chance to view over 180 pieces, including textiles, stained glass and furniture.

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A dejected-looking burnt orange-hued figure subtly lords over a courtyard at Goodenough College, the location…

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