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Watercolour by John Nixon shows changing face of London

20 May 2019

A watercolour by John Nixon (1755-1818) showing St Paul’s Cathedral and the City of London from Regent’s Park in the early days of the land’s development is offered at Guy Peppiatt Fine Art for £6500.

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Gargoyles grimace in Suffolk House Antiques exhibition

20 May 2019

A highlight of Suffolk House Antiques’ summer selling exhibition is a pair of 13th or 14th century English gargoyles.

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Alan Davie and all that jazz in London gallery

20 May 2019

Scottish artist Alan Davie’s (1920- 2014) oil on canvas 'Jumpin’ at the Woodside' (1965), which is on offer at Richard Green Gallery, references a jazz number with the same title released by Count Basie in 1938.

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Six places to see and buy art in London this weekend

17 May 2019

This weekend London plays host to two major photography fairs, a new drawing fair and several gallery exhibitions.

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Wartski reveals its treasures at BADA Friends next generation party

15 May 2019

The latest BADA Friends Young Dealer Networking Evening was held at Wartski last night.

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Get the visual low-down on Ludlow

13 May 2019

This oil on canvas of A June Day, Ludlow by Beryl Maud Sinclair (1901-67) is among the works featured at Miles Wynn Cato’s final exhibition devoted to views of the Shropshire market town.

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Tragic topics in text and images at The Arts Club show

13 May 2019

This 1979 photograph by German artist Astrid Klein is among the works on show at The Arts Club in London this summer.

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Five places to see and buy art in London this month

06 May 2019

From Old Masters to contemporary portraits there is plenty of art to find at various commercial institutions around the capital this month.

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5 Questions: Christina Jansen

06 May 2019

Christina Jansen is managing director at The Scottish Gallery, established in Edinburgh in 1842. It now specialises in emerging and established as well as historical artists.

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Book dealer Bryars starts new chapter as a model

06 May 2019

A portrait of rare books dealer Tim Bryars of Bryars & Bryars features in the Royal Society of Portrait Painters’ Annual Exhibition.

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Painting of a cow at Robert Young's annual exhibition shows rare example of restoration

06 May 2019

In his annual exhibition, Battersea folk art dealer Robert Young offers a primitive livestock painting of a brown and white cow which was once as obscure in appearance as in its history.

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Portraits of antiques trade members featured at Royal Society of Portrait Painters’ exhibition

30 April 2019

A portrait of rare books dealer Tim Bryars of Bryars & Bryars is included in the Royal Society of Portrait Painters’ Annual Exhibition.

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John Piper’s castle in triplicate at Great Malvern exhibition

29 April 2019

In 'The Countryside Through Art', mid-century specialist Fifties Art & Design offers three views of a nearby landmark by John Piper (1903-92).

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Five places to see, buy and celebrate Bauhaus on its centenary

27 April 2019

This year is the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus art school and, from attending special events to buying a piece of its influential design, there are plenty of ways to mark the centenary.

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Paris gallery hosts ‘Toulouse Caravaggio’ alongside contemporary art installation

19 April 2019

The ‘Toulouse Caravaggio’ is currently on show at Paris Contemporary art dealership Galerie Kamel Mennour opposite a work more than 400 years its junior.

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Summer of Moore: exhibitions and events celebrating sculptor Henry Moore

16 April 2019

Henry Moore (1898-1986) fans are spoilt for choice this summer with exhibitions and events across the UK.

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Medieval Jewish Haggadah manuscript on offer at New York gallery

15 April 2019

For the first time in more than 100 years the Lombard Haggadah, a medieval Jewish text with unique illustrations, is on public display at the New York gallery of Les Enluminures.

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Artists inspired by Modern British tradition and the imagination feature in two London shows

13 April 2019

A group of 32 works by contemporary painter Nicholas Turner exploring themes of memory and time go on show at Chelsea gallery Jonathan Cooper next month.

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Constable cloud studies inspire Lindy Guinness exhibition at London gallery Browse & Darby

23 March 2019

Paintings by Lindy Guinness reinterpreting the cloud studies of John Constable (1776-1837) go on show at Browse & Darby next week.

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Motoring memorabilia originally owned by Bentley’s founder to be exhibited at Bonhams in London

21 March 2019

For just one day in April, Bonhams New Bond Street saleroom will host an exhibition in celebration of the centenary of the legendary car marque Bentley.