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Will the 'festival of Brexit' be okay, after all?
 
Will the 'festival of Brexit' be okay, after all?
The UK government's plan for a grand national jolly may be just what we need, writes Gillian Darley
 

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Fossil hunting and forbidden love
 
Fossil hunting and forbidden love
Helen Gordon on Kate Winslet's turn as the pioneering palaeontologist Mary Anning
 

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Why the arts need donors like MacKenzie Scott
 
Why the arts need donors like MacKenzie Scott
Arts patrons must start making gifts with no strings attached, writes Leslie Ramos
 

 
Hardy boy: the wild landscapes of James Morrison
 
Hardy boy: the wild landscapes of James Morrison
Samuel Reilly on the Scottish painter who braved wind, rain and ice in search of his 'rough truth'
 

 
Sitting witty
 
Sitting witty
Katherine Parkinson and Roxana Halls on reimagining portrait painting for the small screen
 

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By royal arrangement
 
By royal arrangement
Kirsten Tambling on the compulsive collecting of Queen Mary
 

 
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Emilie Bickerton on the eerie photographs of Eugene Atgèt
 
Emilie Bickerton on the eerie photographs of Eugene Atgèt
The curfew every night at 6pm and the semi-lockdown we have been living under since October have left Paris often looking like it did in the eerie images of Eugène Atget (1857–1927), one of its most important photographers. This has not been lost on those who live here. A newspaper recently ran a comparison of shots showing Paris confiné with the French capital as seen by Atget at the turn of the last century. Walking through it today, particularly when there is nobody around, can feel like following in the footsteps of that solitary and mysterious man… Read the full article
 

 
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