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Rembrandt: The Late Works (National Gallery)

Friday, 24 October, 2014 by Evy Cauldwell-French

Many an exhibition will market itself as “once in a lifetime”. The National Gallery’s Rembrandt blockbuster is no different, clearly marking out the rare accumulation of a vast amount of canonical works in one place. Exhibitions of this size take … Continue reading

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How to draw the wind …

Tuesday, 10 December, 2013 by Niccola Shearman

Frank Davies Memorial Lecture Series, Art and Vision Science Double Echo: Exploring the Resonance Between Art and Science, Chris Drury, Tuesday 3 December 2013 Trace the flight of an Albatross circling the Antarctic over a period of eighteen months and use this … Continue reading

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Fifth Early Modern Symposium: Bringing Art into Being in the Early Modern Period (27th October 2013)

Tuesday, 5 November, 2013 by Camilla Pietrabissa and James Alexander Cameron

Convened annually by two PhD students from the Courtauld, the Early Modern Symposium is an opportunity for scholars of all levels to give papers covering a period of almost three centuries, from around 1550 to 1800, and to discuss theoretical … Continue reading

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