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The best exhibitions in April 2019: Van Gogh and Renaissance nudes

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Vincent van Gogh, Starry Night Over The Rhone 1888

Vincent van Gogh, Starry Night Over The Rhone 1888

Van Gogh and Britain Tate Britain, 27th March to 11th August

Van Gogh arrived in London in 1873 as a trainee art dealer. He left in 1876 determined to become a painter, inspired both by British artists—John Constable, John Everett Millais—and British literature, above all Dickens. This exhibition explores the artist’s debt to British culture but also the galvanising impact the showing of his art (in 1910, 1923 and 1947) had, in…

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