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Florence Hallett

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Florence writes about the visual arts for a range of specialist and general interest publications.

Articles By Florence Hallett

Rebuilding Notre-Dame: Inside the Great Cathedral Rescue, BBC Four review - a race against time

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David Hockney: Drawing from Life, National Portrait Gallery review - an anatomy of love

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Francesca Wade: Square Haunting - Bloomsbury retold

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Picasso and Paper, Royal Academy review - the most versatile of materials

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Best of 2019: Visual Arts

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Caravaggio & Bernini, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna - high emotion in 17th century Rome

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Bridget Riley, Hayward Gallery review - the thrill of seeing

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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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