Bust of a Child,
(detail), 19th C, plaster by D. Brucciani & Co., photo credit: National Trust Images
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Is complexity more the oeuvre of the mind than the eye?
John Duncan Fergusson: the artistic evolution of a Scottish colourist
The self-taught, Leith-born artist adopted a radical approach to colour.
The bureaucracy of artistic Britishness
Hammad Nasar challenges how cultural institutions and knowledge-sharing platforms identify nationality.
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Art Matters: music theory, maths and elevating visual art
This week's podcast examines the strong links between art and music.