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(1932), Walter Sickert

New Horizons: British art and flight

The advent of modern aviation had a decisive influence on the art of British modernists

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(1908), Walter Sickert.

Discovery of desire: Sade at the Musée d’Orsay

Libertine, criminal, aristocrat, revolutionary, and prolific author – the Marquis de Sade continues to inspire some great art and exhibitions

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(1833–36), Thomas Cole.

Muse Reviews: 25 January

The Hudson River School at LACMA; self-portraits at Turner Contemporary; Conscience & Conflict at Pallant House; Poliakoff at Timothy Taylor

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Theaster Gates' 'Roof' (set up in studio).

The Week’s Muse: 24 January

BRAFA opens in Brussels; Theaster Gates wins the Artes Mundi Prize; art and craft at the NGCA

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Book Competition

Vincent Van Gogh: Ever Yours, The Essential Letters

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Kate Hawkins

First Look: ‘The Decorator and the Thief (…)’ at the NGCA

I’ve tried to stay away from what most people would expect from a show about craft

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The Financial Times claims Gabriele Finaldi will be the next director of the UK's National Gallery.

Art Outlook: 22 January

Gabriele Finaldi is tipped as the next National Gallery director; Italy recovers looted antiquities; and Luc Tuymans is found to be in breach of copyright

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(1938), Merlyn Evans

Review: ‘Conscience and Conflict’ at Pallant House Gallery

The Spanish Civil War had a huge impact on the life and work of many British artists

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Apollo Event: ‘Modern Figures’ at the London Art Fair, Friday 23 January

What role does the body play in British painting today?

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(1951), Serge Poliakoff

Review: Poliakoff’s late paintings at Timothy Taylor Gallery

Timothy Taylor Gallery presents the first solo UK presentation of the artist’s works in over 50 years

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