Gallery Girl meets Tabloid Art History

200 years ago, only the very elites of society would be seen taking an interest in art history. Museums were only open when the ‘lower classes’ were working, so even if you were artistically inclined, renaissance paintings were only viewable by those who did not need to work to survive. Luckily for us however, nearly […]

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Gallery Girl @ A Fine Art Auction

I generally like to upload at least one new blog post per week. However, dissertation deadlines, exams and a student budget have kept me away from galleries during the past week. However, that was never going to stop me from churning out an art related piece for all of my readers. I was struggling to […]

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Pre-Raphaelites @ Tate Britain

Love them or hate them: The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, the marmite of art history have landed centre stage at the Tate Britain this season. The YBA’s of the 19th century: John Everett Millais, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and William Holman Hunt formed in 1848 in a bid to break away from the high renaissance art favoured by […]

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