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>"Do we have a bias against colour in art? Matt Wilson explores prejudices that have built up over centuries – leading to what has been _...Read More_
>"Do we have a bias against colour in art? Matt Wilson explores prejudices that have built up over centuries – leading to what has been _...Read More_
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"In 1917, pastoral scenes gave way to smoking chimneys and telegraph wires on porcelain manufactured by a factory in St Petersburg, writes Deborah Nicholls-Lee."
"In 1917, pastoral scenes gave way to smoking chimneys and telegraph wires on porcelain manufactured by a factory in St Petersburg, writes Deborah Nicholls-Lee."
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"In 1938, a Ukrainian-born grandmother created one of art's biggest shocks – but it was attributed to the US painter Jackson Pollock, writes Kelly Grovier."
"In 1938, a Ukrainian-born grandmother created one of art's biggest shocks – but it was attributed to the US painter Jackson Pollock, writes Kelly Grovier."
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"From ancient times to today, portraiture has told us fundamental truths about humanity and identity, whoever the subject. Cath Pound explores the genre's most powerful examples."
"From ancient times to today, portraiture has told us fundamental truths about humanity and identity, whoever the subject. Cath Pound explores the genre's most powerful examples."
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"Few other paintings in art history have become such a powerful symbol of non-conformist gender identity and same-sex attraction, writes Matthew Wilson."
"Few other paintings in art history have become such a powerful symbol of non-conformist gender identity and same-sex attraction, writes Matthew Wilson."
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"In 1937, Picasso created an anti-war painting called "Guernica." Here we will take a look at this modern art masterpiece."
"In 1937, Picasso created an anti-war painting called "Guernica." Here we will take a look at this modern art masterpiece."
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"The journeys of looted artworks have powerful stories that are being explored in a new exhibition, writes Diane Cole."
"The journeys of looted artworks have powerful stories that are being explored in a new exhibition, writes Diane Cole."
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"The artist Oskar Kokoschka reworked ancient myths to express his fears for humanity. Daisy Dunn explores the meaning of the remarkable Prometheus Triptych – and how it resonates today."
"The artist Oskar Kokoschka reworked ancient myths to express his fears for humanity. Daisy Dunn explores the meaning of the remarkable Prometheus Triptych – and how it resonates today."
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An exhibition about Iran traces how some of the world's earliest scripts developed. They were as much about images as text, writes Kelly _...Read More_
An exhibition about Iran traces how some of the world's earliest scripts developed. They were as much about images as text, writes Kelly _...Read More_
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>"An apparent mistake in facial expression in one of the world's most famous sculptures actually allows the artwork to truly convey _...Read More_
>"An apparent mistake in facial expression in one of the world's most famous sculptures actually allows the artwork to truly convey _...Read More_
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>"How has a seemingly straightforward image – an eye set within a triangle – become a lightning rod for conspiracy theorists? Matthew _...Read More_
>"How has a seemingly straightforward image – an eye set within a triangle – become a lightning rod for conspiracy theorists? Matthew _...Read More_
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As a new exhibition opens in Helsinki, Cath Pound explores our complicated relationship with masterpieces.
As a new exhibition opens in Helsinki, Cath Pound explores our complicated relationship with masterpieces.
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"At the time of her death, Lizzie was pregnant again. Perhaps she feared her baby had stopped moving and could not bear to go through a second stillbirth." What a sad story...
"At the time of her death, Lizzie was pregnant again. Perhaps she feared her baby had stopped moving and could not bear to go through a second stillbirth." What a sad story...
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Art captivates with its sophistication. Thoughts and vision of the world of our ancestors. It's fantastic!
Art captivates with its sophistication. Thoughts and vision of the world of our ancestors. It's fantastic!