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Florence Hallett

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An art writer and critic with a special interest in conservation and restoration, Florence has written for titles including Apollo, The Independent, The New European and ArtWatch UK. Her background is in illustrated book publishing and she was project manager for photobook guru Chris Boot following several years at Thames & Hudson.

Articles By Florence Hallett

Pierre Bonnard: The Colour of Memory review, Tate Modern - plenty but empty

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Best of 2018: Art

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Mantegna and Bellini, National Gallery review - curated for curators

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h 100 Awards: Art, Design and Craft - making art public

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Picasso 1932: Love Fame Tragedy, Tate Modern review - a diary in paint?

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All Too Human, Tate Britain review - life in the raw

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From Life, Royal Academy review - perplexingly aimless

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DVD/Blu-ray: Montparnasse 19

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Monochrome, National Gallery review - colourless but not dreary

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Drawn in Colour: Degas from the Burrell Collection review - guilty pleasures at the National Gallery

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h.Club 100 Awards: Art, Design and Craft - weaving magic at Dovecot Tapestry Studio

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The Encounter, National Portrait Gallery review - dazzlingly evocative drawings

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The Discovery of Mondrian review - the most comprehensive survey ever

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Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave, British Museum

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Canaletto & the Art of Venice, The Queen's Gallery - preview

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Richard Long: Earth Sky, Houghton Hall

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