Harold Gilman

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Already looking forward to a new year of art and exhibitions: Bonnard, the last of Anni Albers at the Tate, Dior at the V&A and this Harold Gilman show that moves from the Djangoly gallery to Pallant House. Look at that colour, pattern and texture.

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Photos of the Djangoly hanging by @simonmartin_art, who runs the Pallant House Gallery.

Relaxing

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Francois Ancelot painted by his wife Virginie in 1819, having the perfect post-Christmas rest in my opinion. As are these ladies

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(Comtesse de Blot, Madame d’Egmont and Madame de Brionne by Louis Carmontelle), and this young man

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(Young boy reading by Octavian Smigelschi)