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Henry Moore – down in the tube station at midnight?

There’s a new exhibition of Henry Moore’s work at Tate Britain which runs from February 24th to August 8th, 2010. It includes some of the most famous pictures of London during the Second World War, including this one Women and Children in the … Continue reading

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Under the weather: fog’s particular contribution to London art (and soup) in the late nineteenth century.

London exploded in size in the nineteenth century. In 1801 it had just over 1 million inhabitants. By 1901 the population had reached 6.5 million with the rate of growth accelerating as the century ran its course (a full 1 … Continue reading

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