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From the NPG: “John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) was the greatest portrait painter of his generation. Acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic, he was closely connected to many of the other leading artists, writers, actors and musicians of the time. … Continue reading
From Perry Green: “This is the first time that such a significant group of Rodin’s works has been presented in the British landscape, and the first time that another artist has been shown alongside Henry Moore in the grounds (70 … Continue reading
I am always surprised to be reminded that Man Ray, who i usually think of as a French modernist painter, was actually a boy named Emmanuel Radnitzky from Williamsburg, Brooklyn known mainly for his fashion photography. The National Portrait Gallery … Continue reading
CRAZY HORSE PARIS, the cabaret experience that has been seducing audiences in Paris for over 60 year, is heading to the Southbank this fall in an antique Belgium mirrored Spiegel tent. From Crazy Horse:“Forever Crazy is an extravagant and opulent … Continue reading