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(2014), Paul Schneider.

The Catlin Art Prize Shortlist 2015

Which of these eight recent graduates should take home the £5,000 prize?

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Photograph of Paul Durand-Ruel in his gallery (c. 1910), taken by Dornac

Paul Durand-Ruel: Gambler, Discoverer or Inventor?

By mid September, the same show will have toured three cities, in three countries, and will have picked up three different titles along the way

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(1910), Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

The New Deal: Paul Durand-Ruel

The Parisian art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel played an instrumental role in the rise of the Impressionists

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The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

Editor’s Letter: The single-artist museum

The single-artist museum

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View of Robert Ellsworth’s 22-room apartment on Fifth Avenue, Manhattan.

Market Preview: March 2015

Susan Moore previews New York sales in the March issue of Apollo

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'Sir Joshua Reynolds' (c. 1747-49), Joshua Reynolds.

Diary: Joshua Reynolds at the Wallace Collection

Mark Hallett on his long-term relationship with Joshua Reynolds

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Graham W. J. Beal

Civic Dues: Graham W.J. Beal

The Detroit Institute of Arts has known hard times in recent years. As he prepares to retire, director Graham W.J. Beal reflects on the museum’s recent struggles and successes

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A 1989 poster in the 'Guerrilla Girls Talk Back' series, commissioned by the Public Art Fund of New York, which rejected it before the group paid for it to appear on buses.

Inquiry: Wall Flowers – women in historical art collections

There are very few women in historical art collections, so how can museums address this imbalance in their permanent displays and temporary exhibitions?

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The Finnish artist Antti Laitinen (left) foraging in the Somerniemi woods northwest of Helsinki

Letter from Helsinki: Finland’s changing art scene

Tom Jeffreys on the changing nature of Finland’s art scene

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The Scheide Library's autograph manuscript of Cantata 33 dates from 1724, Bach's second year as cantor at St. Thomas Church in Leipzig, Germany. Photo by Natasha D'Schommer

Acquisitions of the Month: February 2015

From the first printed bibles to contemporary Inuit sculpture and astrophotography…

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