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Christie’s to sell rarely seen ‘Lot and his Daughters’ at London sale in July
A jumbled extravaganza that tries to rewrite a 60-year career by mixing up works from various phases
A London gallery is showing a replica painting in a project that raises questions about authenticity
The Old Master’s influence on later artists is the thrust of the exhibition but its focus is badly misjudged, writes Jackie Wullschlager
London’s great spectacle of art consumption opens its lavish tents, with the booth itself as a piece of performance art
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This is a sumptuous show of work by the Welsh-born artist – though its thesis is controversial
FT critic Francis Hodgson continues his series on his dream photography collection with a work by a contemporary Guatemalan photographer
Van Dyck’s biographer reports on an exhibition at the Prado that shows how the prodigy escaped from the shadow of his mentor Rubens
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