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Leonardo Da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan

Why all the fuss about the National Gallery’s decision to use timed tickets to limit numbers for their new Leonardo Da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan exhibition? The NG have decided only 180 people will be allowed entry per half … Continue reading

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Difficult Decisions

Today I’m juggling paintings. Not literally, because that would be weird.  No, trying to work out which painting should go to which exhibition. Sounds simple? I wish! This one shouldn’t go to venue A because it’s less suited to their clientele. That one … Continue reading

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