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Florence Hallett

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An art writer and critic with a special interest in conservation and restoration, Florence has written for titles including Apollo, The Independent, The New European and ArtWatch UK. Her background is in illustrated book publishing and she was project manager for photobook guru Chris Boot following several years at Thames & Hudson.

Articles By Florence Hallett

Rembrandt's Light, Dulwich Picture Gallery review - a film-maker out of time?

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Gauguin Portraits, National Gallery review - me, myself and I

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William Feaver: The Lives of Lucian Freud: Youth 1922-1968 review - a testament of friendship

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Tim Walker: Wonderful Things, V&A review - a bracing full-body immersion

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Artists in Amsterdam, Dulwich Picture Gallery review - a slight but evocative sketch

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Rachel DeLoache Williams: My Friend Anna review - a fraudster for the Instagram age?

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Yorkshire Sculpture International review - Hepworth and Moore loom large

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Takis, Tate Modern review - science and art collide

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Francis Bacon: Couplings, Gagosian Gallery review - sex and power in double figures

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Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing, The Queen's Gallery review - peerless drawings, rarely seen

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Henry Moore at Houghton Hall: Nature and Inspiration review - big views bring new light

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Sea Star: Sean Scully, National Gallery review - analysing past masters

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Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now, Gagosian Gallery review - old master, new ways

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Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum review - compassion in the age of anxiety

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Van Gogh and Britain, Tate Britain review - tenuous but still persuasive

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Louise Bourgeois, Kettle's Yard, Cambridge review - a slender but choice selection

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