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Towers, Terror, Technology: French Art And Experience

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The great markers of the medieval pilgrim routes, revolutions celebrated in paint and sculpture, hymns to the Eiffel Tower and the aeroplane ‐ the art of France has both lead and shocked European taste. Gothic architecture was known as “the French style”, the 18th century delicacy of Watteau and Boucher and of Boulle furniture was

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The Jazz Age: From The Roaring 20s To The Great Depression

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One of the richest, most fascinating periods in American culture, the Jazz Age was characterised by a spirit of protest and celebration. Trace its highlights across music, the visual and decorative arts, architecture, fashion, and film.

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Michelangelo Buonarotti: His Art, Influences & Rivals

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During the Renaissance just one artist achieved immeasurable fame within his lifetime and would tower over all others for centuries thereafter. He was Michelangelo Buonarotti. No artist had ever been so naked in his ambition. He would invent the modern superstar celebrity, setting the standard so high that all subsequent artists would struggle to emerge

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Russia’s Silver Age

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From the 1890s to 1917, as Russia hurtled towards the Revolution, it experienced an incredible flowering of culture that came to be known as the Silver Age. With a nod to the scientific and artistic innovations of the West, Russian artists from all artforms created new and dazzling interdisciplinary works. With their emphasis on the

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British Artists You Should Know

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Does British art have its own character and what does it mean to be British? An opportunity to explore some well-loved, well-known artists alongside ones who are less known and to interrogate notions of Britishness at the same time. How British is the art of Hockney, for instance, who spent many formative years in California,

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