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Florence Hallett

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Florence writes about the visual arts for a range of specialist and general interest publications.

Articles By Florence Hallett

Artemisia, National Gallery review - worth the wait

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My Rembrandt review - hard cash and hubris

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Khadija Saye: In This Space We Breathe, 236 Westbourne Grove review - a celebrated series finds new resonance

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The Golden Age of Modern Spanish Art, Colnaghi review - the sun shines in the City of Light

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Celia Paul: My Studio, Victoria Miro review - sublime isolation

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Shirley Baker: A Different Age, James Hyman Gallery review - the old at leisure

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Explore Soane review - the museum restored and in 3D

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Visual Arts Lockdown Special 4: sculpting like Rodin, watching artists, and more

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Christo (1935-2020) - 'Beauty, science and art will always triumph'

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Dalí Theatre-Museum, Figueres, virtual tour review - tantalising but unsatisfactory

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Visual Arts Lockdown Special 3: gigapixel Rembrandt, magic mushrooms, and more

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Unto the Last: Two Hundred Years of John Ruskin, Watts Gallery–Artists' Village, review - a breath of fresh air

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XXI presented by ARTCELS, HOFA Gallery review - art as investment

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Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse, Royal Academy, Exhibition on Screen/Facebook Premiere - a hardy perennial returns

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Van Eyck: An Optical Revolution, Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent online review - capturing the unrepeatable

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Visual Arts Lockdown Special 1: DIY art, Russell Tovey's chat show, and guided tours online

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