Ian Sclater

RARE OPPORTUNITY

FOR SALE A rare opportunity to acquire a pair of drawings by the award-winning Scottish artist Heather Nevay, whose fantastical, other-worldly scenarios immerse the viewer

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FOR SALE

A suite of three charming Scottish landscape watercolours by the English painter and illustrator E.W. Haslehust RI, RBA, RBC (1866-1949). Haslehust studied at the Slade

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Altared images

The Belgian city of Gent is celebrating the restoration of the most famous artwork by one of the greatest Flemish Masters. The Fine Arts Museum

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Made in Marseille

This sweeping view shows MUCEM in the foreground with its footbridge to Fort St Jean, while the harbour entrance behind is overlooked by the Notre-Dame

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Cezanne Country

Home to the artist Picasso that called “the father of us all”, Aix-en-Province celebrates its famous son with a number of landmarks, while a clutch

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Art in Arles

From Greek trading post to Roman colony to early Christian metropolis to rich agricultural centre from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance to the capital

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“The World’s Stage”

“Welcome to Salzburg, birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.” The flight attendant’s announcement left no doubt as to whose town this was, as the aircraft touched

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Van Gogh Comes Home

Towns across the southern Dutch province of Brabant, where Vincent Van Gogh was born, have joined forces in a new programme entitled Van Gogh Brabant

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Bavarian Rhapsody

ORIENTATION Germany’s third largest after Berlin and Hamburg, Munich has been voted the one most Germans would prefer to live in. An extensive, Italian-influenced building

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STAIRWAY TO HAFEN

With its Art Mile linking some of Germany’s top art galleries and the spectacular new HafenCity, Hamburg is emerging as a great cultural city break

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Nak.Ed.Art Collective Exhibition

July 6 – 13

The new show from Nak.Ed.Art Collective, a diverse, international group which arose from regular life drawing and painting sessions at Leith School of Art, hosted by Marcin Krupa.

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Discover Düsseldorf

Not unlike Cologne some 40-odd kilometres up the Rhine, the glamour days of the Düsseldorf art scene were in the 1970s and ’80s. Like its

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The Ludwig Museum is directly behind Cologne’s famous Gothic cathedral, Germany’s most popular visitor attraction.qThe Ludwig Museum is directly behind Cologne’s famous Gothic cathedral, Germany’s most popular visitor attraction.

Cologne-ialism

COLOGNE Cologne is best known for its soaring Gothic cathedral, a World Heritage Site and Germany’s most popular attraction with 6.5 million visitors a year.

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