British Vision. The Art behind Inspector Morse and Mr Bean comes to the Low Countries
(Nic Peeters) The Low Countries - 2007, № 15, pp. 296-299
In the Autumn of 2007 the Museum of Fine Arts (MSK) in Ghent is holding a retrospective exhibition of British visual arts from c.1750 to c.1950, under the title of British Vision. With over three hundred works of art, including various outstandingg examples, this is the largest exhibition of British art to be held on the Continent for decades. By means of oil paintings, watercolours, prints, drawings, sculptures, books, periodicals and photos various trends and periods are illustrated and approached from a different angle.
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