Egon Schiele @ Courtauld

Sometimes in life, we expect to love something and then realise that we hate it. Of course the reverse is also possible. However, it is with the original statement in mind that I come to write about the Egon Schiele exhibition at the Courtauld Gallery. I personally feel uncomfortable writing negative reviews on my blog. […]

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Richard Serra @ Courtauld

The Courtauld Gallery is well known for its collection of impressive impressionist paintings. The images are easy on the eye and mostly made up of delicate colour patterns. However, a room has now been devoted to a series of monochrome images by Richard Serra which changes the ambiance of the whole gallery. Richard Serra is […]

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Picasso @ Courtauld

In the year 1901 a young Picasso arrived in Paris. It was to be a big year for the spaniard who launched his career in the city with the help of Ambroise Voillard. The artist who has been all over London exhibitions in the past few years is now having his very earliest works shown […]

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summer of art….

this summer has been so hectic for me it has been near impossible to write reviews, although I have still been on top of the art on show in the big city, so I have quickly compiled a list of what I have seen in the last fortnight and what I recommend going to see: […]

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Mondrian & Nicholson @ Courtauld

For as long as I can remember, the simplicity of the strong black lines against a clean white background with a hint of colour in Mondrian’s abstractions have always been some of my favourite pieces of art. Now, the Courtauld Gallery is comparing this work to that of modern British artist Ben Nicholson and I […]

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