A review by Guest Reviewer “The Ashmolean Museum’s splendid new exhibition, Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France offers considerably more than some of its visitors may be expecting. If they are counting on seeing a […]
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by John Osborne If you mention Sicily to most people, many will think of the television series Inspector Montalbano. However, ‘Storms, War, and Shipwrecks: Treasures from the Sicilian Seas’, an exhibition now on at […]
A review by Julia Gasper There surely never was a wickeder, wittier artist than James Gillray. In late Georgian England he surveyed the high and mighty, the rich, the fashionable, and the powerful, with […]
18th-31st January. A review by Julia Gasper 18 January 2015 Blackwells bookshop has organized this two-week festival to coincide with the very impressive exhibition on currently at the Ashmolean Museum. There will be a wide […]