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31st March 2016

It was in 2014 that Tory Peer Lord Howell ruffled the feathers of many people up and down the UK by labelling the north of England as "derelict" in justifying the rolling out of fracking. While there was plenty of condemnation for his comments, there is little doubting that the north, particularly read more ...

30th March 2016

The upper echelon of London's property market has earned itself a reputation for being synonymous with luxury, attracting some of the most ambitious investors from all over the world. London's luxury house market has seen exponential progression, with properties becoming increasingly sophisticated read more ...

30th March 2016

There are fewer stories in the world of fine art with more legend attached to them than the story of Van Gogh's ear. There are several prominent theories available that attempt to explain how the Dutch painter lost his earlobe in 1888. Some historians claim it was done as a response to the read more ...

29th March 2016

Fine art aficionados are probably unlikely to ever see the trend of 'selfies' as anything more than an exercise in crass narcissism that lacks the finesse, skill, and emotional insight that comes with a piece of fine art. While the antics of otherwise minor celebrities have further damaged the read more ...

21st March 2016

A previously unidentified work by Rembrandt dating from 1624 to 1625 has gone on display at the prestigious TEFAF art fair in the Dutch city of Maastricht. Initially credited as the work of an unknown artist from Europe's "Continental School," dated somewhere in the 19th century, the painting was read more ...

08th March 2016

Re-emergence of a famous and treasured work is always certain to get the pulses of art lovers and experts racing with uncontrollable excitement, particularly if it's a work that has been hidden away from the public gaze for a long time. Rediscovering a famous and iconic piece of art allows a view read more ...

29th February 2016

​UK artist Damien Hirst's first portrait of the Queen, which was secretly donated to the nation, has emerged from a government archive, a report from the Daily Telegraph has claimed. The piece, entitled “Beautiful Portrait, The Queen”, was kept alongside a number of watercolours of plants, read more ...

29th February 2016

Prince Charles has become the first Royal Patron of London's National Gallery, with the announcement coming on the back of the prince's visit to an exhibition of work by French Romantic artist Eugene Delacroix. It is the latest episode in what has been a long association between the prince and the read more ...

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