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'The gallery is an important part of the city's cultural heritage': Martin Oldham at a revamped Leeds Art Gallery. Oldham, Martin Column Dec 1, 2017 1298
British accents: as the Yale Center for British Art reopens and the Met's galleries of British decorative arts close for redisplay, is it time to think again about attitudes to British art in the US? Waterfield, Giles Jun 1, 2016 2497
'Free digital access is inherently democratic': Andrew Ellis on publishing the nation's art collection online. Ellis, Andrew Apr 1, 2016 703
Wellington booty: modern British art at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa: the outstanding collection of modern British art at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa was for many years sidelined, partly for reasons of cultural nationalism. Mark Stocker tells the story of its creation and selects the highlights of a new display at Te Papa. Stocker, Mark Jan 1, 2010 2939
Market review: modern British art as well as a remarkable silver discovery made noteworthy prices. Jan 1, 2010 1023
A cell of good living: a new extension gives the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester the space to prove that its collection of modern British art is one of the finest in existence, as Peyton Skipwith discovers. Skipwith, Peyton Nov 1, 2006 978
Where art & politics mix: the Wolfsonian in Miami Beach is based on the remarkable collection of art between 1880 and 1945 formed by its founder, Mitchell Wolfson Jr. Peyton Skipwith surveys the range and depth of its outstanding holdings of British art, which encompass paintings, sculpture and all the decorative arts, with a special focus on propaganda. Skipwith, Peyton Critical essay Aug 1, 2006 2504
Connoisseurs and cheapskates. Hall, Michael Dec 1, 2004 828

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