Van Gogh and Britain at Tate Britain

Van Gogh and Britain at Tate Britain

Judging from the title, Van Gogh and Britain looked as though it would be, on paper, at least, if not exactly padded out, certainly well-upholstered. Although he did a few drawings during his three-year stay in Britain, he never did one painting, and was not really an artist at all...

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The British and Continental Pictures Auction on the 17th April at Olympia Auctions

The British and Continental Pictures Auction on the 17th April at Olympia Auctions

The British and Continental Pictures Auction on the 17th April at Olympia Auctions (www.OlympiaAuctions.com), is particularly strong in modern British pictures with works by exponents in the field including Augustus John, John Bratby, Anne Redpath and Dame Laura Knight. Works also for sale by lesser known figures such as Harry...

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Ashbourne College exhibit students art in evening of creativity

Ashbourne College exhibit students art in evening of creativity

The Creative Arts event, hosted by Ashbourne College exhibited pupils work on the 26th March, displaying everything from fashion and textiles to  graphics and fine art. The students, who have been working on these projects for the whole year, proudly showed off their hard work to over 150 guests. Those...

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Chelsea Antiques Fair Returns Following Town Hall Refurbishment

Chelsea Antiques Fair Returns Following Town Hall Refurbishment

The Chelsea Antiques Fair takes place from 20th – 24th March and returns to its venerable King’s Road venue, Chelsea Old Town Hall, after a year’s absence when the hall been restored and redecorated. ‘This has been the first time since 1950 that the fair has taken a break,’ explains...

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Plus One Gallery celebrate 50 years of Realism with exhibition in Brazil

Plus One Gallery celebrate 50 years of Realism with exhibition in Brazil

The aim of ’50 Years of Realism – From Photorealism to Virtual Reality’ is to present to the Brazilian audience a rich exhibition of a few contemporary hyperrealist artists working today, some of whom are showing their work in Brazil for the first time. The exhibition includes works by some...

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Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art

The Royal College of Art today unveiled plans for its biggest expansion in its 182-year history. All across Britain, falling applications are causing universities to ‘streamline’ their courses. Mainly this process consists of the ruthless culling and dumbing down of art subjects which, obviously, don’t fit into the new concept...

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Share your passion for music and drama at Olympia London

Share your passion for music and drama at Olympia London

Offering over 70 workshops, seminars and debates from leading teachers, academics and practitioners, Music & Drama Education Expo is the place to be for all your musical and theatrical needs. Across the two days, you’ll have the opportunity to share the best practice, learn from expert speakers and get on...

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FLUX EXHIBITION –  NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM CHELSEA

FLUX EXHIBITION –  NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM CHELSEA

Discover the big names of tomorrow at FLUX Exhibition 14th – 17th March 2019 Private View: March 14th 18.30 – 21.30 FLUX Exhibition is London’s leading exhibition to discover the most talented, dynamic painters, sculptors and performance artists.  FLUX has established itself as the platform for contemporary artists to be...

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‘Tales of Ramion’ at The Cello Factory

‘Tales of Ramion’ at The Cello Factory

Frank Hinks: Tales of Ramion 26 October – 4 November 2018 The Cello Factory 35A Cornwall Road London SE1 8TJ London QC, illustrator and children’s author Frank Hinks will showcase over 100 colourful hand-painted illustrations in a new exhibition opening this week at The Cello Factory. Hinks has transformed his...

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New portrait of Malala goes on display in National Portrait Gallery

New portrait of Malala goes on display in National Portrait Gallery

Malala Yousafzai, the girls’ education activist, has had a portrait publically displayed at the National Portrait Gallery. The work which was commissioned by the Gallery; was completed by Iranian-born artist and filmmaker, Shirin Neshat. This is the first of three commissions supported by Outset over the last few years. Acquired...

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