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Turner and the Sea (National Maritime Museum, Greenwich)

Sunday, 1 December, 2013 by Percy Darukhanawala

An exhibition of nineteenth-century marine paintings would not normally be the first port of call for my eye, one more accustomed to the sophistication of modernist primitivism and roughness. Canvases of yellow, varnished vessels on glass-blue seas – passing ships … Continue reading

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ORIENTALISM AND “ISLAMOPHILIA”

Tuesday, 20 November, 2012 by Tim Satterthwaite

This year’s Frank Davis Memorial Lecture Series, titled Histories in Transition, explores the theme of historicism in visual art of the modern period. For the third lecture in the series, Rémi Labrusse, of Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre, described idealist visions … Continue reading

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