A Taste of Art – London: One City, Ten Museums, One Hundred Artworks
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Features ten of London’s most prominent galleries and
museums – The British Museum, Victoria and Albert, National Gallery, Dulwich,
Wallace Collection, Tate Britain, Courtauld, Tate Modern, National Portrait
Gallery, Royal Academy.
Showcases paintings, sculptures and objects from the
Ancient world to the 21st Century, including works by: Michelangelo,
Rembrandt, JMW Turner, Pablo Picasso and Barbara Hepworth.
|Dimensions||130 × 173 mm|
Holly Grothe Howard grew up in the Midwestern United States and moved to the East Coast where she worked as a teacher and librarian before relocating to England in 1991. Her BA in Education and MA in Children's Literature, along with interests in art history, travel and cooking all contributed to the creation of this art guide.
Dr Jacqueline Cockburn is an art historian and linguist. She is Managing Director of Art and Culture Andalucia running residential courses in Southern Spain in the art and culture of the region. Jacqueline is a course leader at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, a freelance lecturer at Christies Education, and is accredited by The Arts Society, delivering lectures for them all over the world on a variety of subjects. Previous publications include The Companion to Federico Garcia Lorca: `Lorca's Drawings' (Tamesis Press 2007) and Crossing Fields in Modern Spanish Culture, `Gifts from the Poet to the Art Critic' (Oxford, Legenda Press 2003).
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