The Courtauld Institute of Art

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It’s a Constable – but not the one you know – in a new show of forged art
A seascape purportedly by John Constable, but actually by one of his sons, features in an exhibition of forgeries at the Courtauld Gallery in London

Dalya Alberge

26, Mar, 2023 @10:00 AM

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Lucie Rie: The Adventure of Pottery; Peter Doig – review
Form and function unite in quiet perfection in an unmissable gathering of the potter’s coveted work, while the Scottish artist lets the sunshine in – up to a point

Rachel Cooke

12, Mar, 2023 @1:00 PM

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Richard Verdi obituary
Other lives: Professor who helped to open up the art collections of the Barber Institute to the public of Birmingham

Roger Neill

16, Feb, 2023 @7:12 PM

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Conrad Atkinson obituary
Other lives: Artist who highlighted contentious sociopolitical issues in his work

Helen Gørrill

18, Dec, 2022 @5:23 PM

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A city that can’t save an institution like Simpson’s is no sort of city at all | Rachel Cooke
A greedy London landlord threatens the centuries-old haunt frequented by Dickens and Thackeray

Rachel Cooke

12, Nov, 2022 @4:00 PM

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Portrait of Wyndham Lewis needs revision | Letter
Letter: The idea that he painted over Helen Saunders’ work in ‘a fit of pique’ is unlikely, says Alan Munton


26, Aug, 2022 @4:44 PM

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‘Fit of pique’: lost vorticist masterpiece found under portrait by contemporary
Atlantic City by Helen Saunders discovered under Praxitella by Wyndham Lewis, who may have painted over it on purpose

Harriet Sherwood Arts and culture correspondent

21, Aug, 2022 @12:34 PM

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Philip Larkin’s profound and beautiful poetry sent me back to the classroom | Rachel Cooke
The exam board that dropped the poet and others from the curriculum has overlooked their effects on young minds

Rachel Cooke

25, Jun, 2022 @2:00 PM

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Edvard Munch: Masterpieces from Bergen review – a magical misery tour
These 18 spectacular paintings, most in Britain for the first time, capture the speed of Munch’s evolution from breezy pastiche to masterly melancholy

Laura Cumming

29, May, 2022 @12:00 PM

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Zombie workers and sexual hang-ups: how Edvard Munch foresaw our lonely lives – review
From the grief of loss to the despair of impotence and the misery of work, the Scandinavian master wallows gloriously in pain, filling the soul with the ecstatic sorrow of his colours

Jonathan Jones

26, May, 2022 @9:04 AM

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‘Mental illness is not a joke’: London gallery under fire for Van Gogh gifts
Souvenirs at Courtauld Gallery exhibition include ‘emotional first aid kit’ and ear-shaped eraser

Caroline Davies

13, Feb, 2022 @2:46 PM

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Van Gogh: Self-Portraits review – ghostly encounters with greatness
This small, unmissable show of 16 of Van Gogh’s 37 surviving self-portraits, all made during the last four years of his life, reveals a world of extreme feeling

Rachel Cooke

06, Feb, 2022 @1:00 PM

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