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DGA2578714 Terracotta Army warrior and horse, Mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shi Huang (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1987). China, 3rd century BC.; (add.info.: Terracotta Army warrior and horse, Mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shi Huang (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1987). China, 3rd century BC.); De Agostini Picture Library / G. Dagli Orti;  out of copyright
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Top Exhibitions: April 2017

Read on for our top pick of exhibitions opening in April. This month we bring you a delightfully eclectic mix, with subjects ranging from extraordinary women, including jazz icon Ella Fitzgerald and naturalist Maria Sibylla Merian, to gilded cabinets and board games. When you’re not out Easter egg hunting this April, make sure to catch one […]

XIR158264 Ta Matete (We Shall Not Go to Market Today) 1892 (gouache on canvas) by Gauguin, Paul (1848-1903); 73x92 cm; Kunstmuseum, Basel, Switzerland; French,  out of copyright
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Top Art Exhibitions: March 2017

Spring is around the corner, and exciting new exhibitions are opening across the globe. With exhibition themes such as landscapes, the countryside and fresh watercolours, museums are taking the sunny spring weather indoors this month.   American Watercolour in the Age of Homer and Sargent 1 March – 14 May, 2017 Philadelphia Museum […]

Ned Kelly, 1946 (enamel on composition board) by Sidney Nolan,  National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
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Alternative Histories: Sidney Nolan’s Ned Kelly Series

 Sir Sidney Nolan’s Ned Kelly paintings have formed some of the most recognisable imagery in Australia. The stylised figurative descriptions of Australia’s most notorious bushranger set in a sunburnt outback elicit memories of Australia’s recent British history. Painted mostly between 1946 and 1947, the works were made during a period […]

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Peaks and Glaciers 2017: paintings, drawings and photographs of the Alps

Explore beautiful mountain imagery at John Mitchell Fine Paintings gallery in London Our sixteenth winter exhibition and accompanying catalogue of Alpine paintings, drawings and vintage photography from the 1850s to the present day is now open and will run until 3rd March. Peaks and Glaciers offers much topographical diversity but, as […]