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All too human at Tate Britain

Francis Bacon, one of the key painters in this exhibition, took the critic David Sylvester to see the Soutine landscapes at the Redfern Gallery because they had shown him how he wanted to paint at that moment. 1,194 more words


Two exhibitions in Chichester

The distinguishing feature of Chichester cathedral is a collection of modern art, meaning mostly pieces from the period 1957-77 when Walter Hussey was Dean and patronised living artists. 1,613 more words


Bomberg at Pallant House Gallery review *****


Pallant House Gallery, 9th January 2017

Best British painter of the twentieth century? The mighty triumvirate of Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud and David Hockney from the second half of the century certainly would be in with a shout, though Bacon is easy to admire though sometimes hard to like, and Hockney spectacularly drops the ball sometimes. 708 more words


Lilian Holt

02/11/17 David Bomberg at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, West Sussex

Chris Formaggia

Bomberg Aqueduct 

02/11/17 On loan from the Ben Uri gallery, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, West Sussex

Chris Formaggia

A Bomberg hits Chichester

Chichester seemed a good place to go for a mini break, before Christmas chaos sets in. I had my eye on the David Bomberg exhibition at the… 498 more words