Claude Monet: Painting in London

ART: Claude Monet visited London in 1870, 1899, 1900 & 1901 and painted the fog around parliament, Hyde Park & the Thames. He commented on London’s fog & unpredictable weather: “Here comes the sun again, though, is it going to stay this time?” Click link for my article    https://whatshotlondon.co.uk/claude-monet-painting-london/

Charing Cross Bridge (1900)

Waterloo Bridge (1900)

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My article on London’s art movements – The Pre-Raphaelites

 ARTS ARTICLE: London’s historic art movements. The Bloomsbury area of West Central London gave us John Everett Millais, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and their Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Click link for my article http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/londons-art-movements-the-bloomsbury-pre-raphaelites/

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My article Black Medieval/Renaissance Art is in What’s Hot London?

ARTS: My article Black Representation in Medieval and Renaissance Art has been published today in What’s Hot London? It discusses the black king in Augustin Henckel’s Adoration of the Magi.  http://whatshotlondon.co.uk/black-representation-in-medieval-and-renaissance-art/

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