Migrations: Journeys into British Art
Davies, Christie, New Criterion
"Migrations: Journeys into British Art"
Tate Britain, London.
January 31--August 12, 2012
"Mondrian || Nicholson: In Parallel"
The Courtauld Gallery, London.
February 16-May 20, 2012
"Migrations" at Tate Britain is an account of the arrival of European and American artists in Britain and their contributions to and influences on British art. The overall narrative is broken down into a series of separate sections.
It begins with the many Dutch and Flemish painters who came to England in the seventeenth century to enjoy the patronage of British kings and aristocrats who wanted their portraits painted by the best artists of the day, artists who …
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Publication information: Article title: Migrations: Journeys into British Art. Contributors: Davies, Christie - Author. Magazine title: New Criterion. Volume: 30. Issue: 8 Publication date: April 2012. Page number: 54+. © 1999 Foundation for Cultural Review. COPYRIGHT 2012 Gale Group.
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