Richard Hamilton @ National Gallery

When Richard Hamilton passed away last year he was working on an exhibition for the National Gallery. The British Pop artist famed for works such as ‘What is it that makes today’s homes so different? So Appealing?’, was known for his up-to-date, modern and ironic work. However it appears the artist’s work was also deeply […]

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Frieze & Frieze Masters @ Regents Park

In the past five days i have been to six exhibitions and four art fairs. It is safe to say that the quiet Summer season is over and the London art scene has reached its peak this Frieze Week. This year was my first at Frieze and I must admit I found it a little […]

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Titian @ National Gallery

Titian is widely considered to be one of the greatest painters of the 16th century. Not only is the artist greatly respected today, but he also had great success during his own lifetime. Today, one of his earliest works from when he was just a teenager, The Flight Into Egypt, is on view at the […]

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Elmgreen & Dragset @ The Fourth Plinth

Those of you used to the oversized boat in a bottle outside the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square would have noticed it’s recent replacement. Those of you who aren’t, no matter, I have all the need to know gossip about the 4.1m bronze boy who has charged onto the plinth on horseback and claimed the […]

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da Vinci @ National Gallery

After queuing for four hours and hanging around central London for another six, I finally gained entry to the most talked about art show of the season: Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan at the National Gallery. Despite being exhausted when the time came for me to view the exhibition, the opportunity […]

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