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Art of England Magazine 99 - February 2013 Back Issue

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In this month’s Art of England, many of Britain’s finest landscape artists are placed under the microscope. Estelle Lovatt delivers her verdict on the Constable, Gainsborough and Turner exhibition at the Royal Academy, while we’ve got interviews with Christopher Johnson, Paul Lewin and cover artist Timothy Shephard, whose stunning collage landscapes have graced albums by the likes of Paul Weller and Kevin Ayers.
And there’s plenty more for art-lovers to immerse themselves in. Lottie Cantle reviews two strikingly different exhibitions of modern Russian art at the Saatchi, and we also get an inside view of the Gwen John and Celia Paul show at the Pallant House Gallery.
Anyone planning a cultural holiday in 2013 must take a look at our summary of the six best art holidays around – from France to Italy, and even the Australian outback. We’ve also been privileged to get top tips on how to care for prized artwork and antiques from two leading conservators.
Expect all this and more – alongside all our regular features. February’s Art of England is jam-packed with plenty for art-lovers to sink their teeth into.
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99 - February 2013 In this month’s Art of England, many of Britain’s finest landscape artists are placed under the microscope. Estelle Lovatt delivers her verdict on the Constable, Gainsborough and Turner exhibition at the Royal Academy, while we’ve got interviews with Christopher Johnson, Paul Lewin and cover artist Timothy Shephard, whose stunning collage landscapes have graced albums by the likes of Paul Weller and Kevin Ayers. And there’s plenty more for art-lovers to immerse themselves in. Lottie Cantle reviews two strikingly different exhibitions of modern Russian art at the Saatchi, and we also get an inside view of the Gwen John and Celia Paul show at the Pallant House Gallery. Anyone planning a cultural holiday in 2013 must take a look at our summary of the six best art holidays around – from France to Italy, and even the Australian outback. We’ve also been privileged to get top tips on how to care for prized artwork and antiques from two leading conservators. Expect all this and more – alongside all our regular features. February’s Art of England is jam-packed with plenty for art-lovers to sink their teeth into.


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In this month’s Art of England, many of Britain’s finest landscape artists are placed under the microscope. Estelle Lovatt delivers her verdict on the Constable, Gainsborough and Turner exhibition at the Royal Academy, while we’ve got interviews with Christopher Johnson, Paul Lewin and cover artist Timothy Shephard, whose stunning collage landscapes have graced albums by the likes of Paul Weller and Kevin Ayers.
And there’s plenty more for art-lovers to immerse themselves in. Lottie Cantle reviews two strikingly different exhibitions of modern Russian art at the Saatchi, and we also get an inside view of the Gwen John and Celia Paul show at the Pallant House Gallery.
Anyone planning a cultural holiday in 2013 must take a look at our summary of the six best art holidays around – from France to Italy, and even the Australian outback. We’ve also been privileged to get top tips on how to care for prized artwork and antiques from two leading conservators.
Expect all this and more – alongside all our regular features. February’s Art of England is jam-packed with plenty for art-lovers to sink their teeth into.
read more read less
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