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18 June 2019NOTHING TO DECLARE: Art Stopped at Customs
21 May 2019ZAHA HADID - Architectural Superstar
16 April 2019SAINT OR SINNER? The changing Image of Mary Magdalene
19 March 2019THE WALLACE AND FRICK COLLECTIONS AND THEIR CONNECTION WITH KNOLE
19 February 2019THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS REVISITED THROUGH ITS ILLUSTRATORS.
15 January 2019THE RIVALRY BETWEEN LEONARDO AND MICHELANGELO
18 December 2018IS CHRISTMAS IN GOOD TASTE?
20 November 2018MAD, BAD AND FASCINATING TO KNOW: The colourful ancestors of the Dukes of Bedford
16 October 2018CELEBRATING THE ROYAL ACADEMY : 250th Anniversary 1768-2018
18 September 2018THE AMADEUS MYTH: Mozart and his world - society and culture in 18th century Vienna
19 June 2018THE ART OF CUISINE AND THE CUISINE OF ART.
15 May 2018THE SILVER THREAD. Silver filigree and Traditional Arts in Kosovo
17 April 2018LET THERE BE LIGHT. The Art and Science of light in Painting.
20 March 2018CHILDREN AS ARTISTS
20 February 2018LAWRENCE OF ARABIA. Tortured Hero of Troubled Times
16 January 2018ROMANCING THE RAILS. British Railway Posters.
19 December 2017PICTURING THE NATIVITY. 15TH Century Artists Reinterpret the Nativity
21 November 2017HOCKNEY AT 80
17 October 2017THE BAUHAUS
19 September 2017WILLIAM COBBETT and JAMES GILLRAY . Personal and Political cartoons of the early 19th century.
20 June 2017THE INTERIORS OF JANE AUSTEN’S HEROINES
16 May 2017A LITTLE PARADISE. LAOS: Historic Buddhist Temples to Modern Silk Weaving.
18 April 2017FROM MAUVE TO MOMBAI: The History of Colour in Textiles from 1856 to the Present.
21 March 2017POP GOES THE ARTIST: From Warhol to Dylan
21 February 2017ARMOUR AND THE AFTERLIFE: The Funerary Monuments of Knights and Men-at-Arms.
17 January 2017WHEN BRITAIN CLICKED: Fab Photographs from the Swinging Sixties.
20 December 2016SINGE WE YULE
15 November 2016THE THAMES – Theatre of Pageantry and Pleasure.
18 October 2016DOUBLE DUTCH: Symbols and Emblems and "Double-Entendre" in Dutch Genre painting
20 September 2016THE ELGIN MARBLES.
21 June 2016“Punch and Judy”: A Subversive symbol from Commedia Del‘Arte to the Present Day
17 May 2016JMW Turner and the Day Parliament Burned Down
26 April 2016Wandering amongst the Nomadic Tribes of Iran and Afghanistan: Searching for the woven art and symbolism of the Nomad
15 March 2016The World of Carl Fabergé
16 February 2016Denys Lasdun and the National Theatre: Architectural Masterpiece or was Prince Charles right after all?
19 January 2016Velasquez: The Great Magician of Art
15 December 2015Christmas at Covent Garden: 300 Years of Christmas Shows at one of London's Great Theatres
17 November 2015German War Memorials
20 October 2015Radiant Art:Medieval and Renaissance Stained Glass in the Farnham area
15 September 2015Bringing Back The Needle: The Story Of An Obelisk
15 June 2015Gilding the Lily
18 May 2015The Art of Waterloo
20 April 2015Kicking and Screaming: A Brief Story of Post-War British Art
16 March 2015“Saved!” – Animal Heroes In War And Peace
16 February 2015From Egg To Bacon: English Painting 1850-1950
19 January 2015Man Ray - The Magic Man

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NOTHING TO DECLARE: Art Stopped at Customs Rosalind Whyte Tuesday 18 June 2019

This is what can happen when the words ‘Creative and Legal’ collide, the results are often bizarre and highly amusing. What did the Australians make of an artwork entitled “An Oak Tree”? 

 

MS WHYTE holds a BA and MA from Goldsmith’s College, and an MA (distinction) from Birkbeck College. Experienced guide at Tate Britain, Tate Modern, the Royal Academy and Greenwich. Lectures at Tate, Dulwich Picture Gallery, to independent art societies and on cruises. Leads art appreciation holidays.