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Review – Building the Picture: Architecture in Italian Renaissance Painting

The National Gallery is hosting a free exhibition until 21st September 2014 in the Sunley Room. The influence of Renaissance architecture on many facets of modern life is often underrated. In this exhibition, which brings together works from different collections … Continue reading

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Burn ’em all down

By Bob Ballard SGFA Stumbling from the overcrowded Leonardo da Vinci exhibition into Trafalgar Square the other day, I reflected that we the viewers had been like pigeons pecking around a pavement pizza. There were just too many of us. … Continue reading

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Mondrian/Nicholson in Parallel – A Review

by Pat Harvey SGFA The Courtauld Gallery, London, 16 February -20 May 2012 Small but, as they say, perfectly formed, the current exhibition at London’s Courtauld Gallery explores the relationship between one of art’s odd couples: arch-International Modernist and perpetrator of the … Continue reading

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