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The Fallen Woman: The Foundling Museum - until 3 Jan 2016

Tucked in the far corner of Brunswick Square is an unassuming but elegant building that houses the Foundling Museum, rebuilt in the the 1930s on the site of the original Foundling Hospital. 781 more words

Exhibitions - Present

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Walking London

This post includes images and notes around some of the sights in London as I’ve walked around.

Eleanor of Castile in the V & A… 262 more words


The address of Johannes Vermeer's the Little Street discovered by Rijksmuseum curator

New research in the archives has made it possible to pinpoint the exact location of Johannes Vermeer’s world-famous The Little Street. Frans Grijzenhout, Professor of Art History at the University of Amsterdam, consulted seventeenth-century records that had never before been used for this purpose and clearly indicate the site of The Little Street in Delft.

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A Crash Course in Canadian Art by Heffel Auction House part 2

Untitled by Riopelle

As I walked in I was greeted with 2 large “Automatistes” works as only Jean Paul Riopelle could create. Thick textured pallet knife paintings so thick they could almost be tasted. 905 more words


A Crash Course in Canadian Art by Heffel Auction (part 1)

Today I finally found the excuse I needed and had been looking for , for sometime to take a visit to Heffel Gallery and Auction house here in Montreal. 887 more words


Blockheads, attributions and indemnities

When I was a physics undergraduate, we were allowed to play with the department’s newly acquired electron paramagnetic resonance spectrometer (if you need to ask, you don’t need to know). 2,225 more words