2 06, 2014

Dancing with the gods :

By |June 2nd, 2014|Categories: Art, History|0 Comments

Review of Royal Academy exhibition Weekend 2007 (I am currently writing an Anglo Indian novel inspired by the idea of rediscovering lost history. Many of these sensuous sculptures were destroyed and others lost. ) The skills of that master of

23 05, 2014

Visions of Mughal India @ the Ashmolean

By |May 23rd, 2014|Categories: Art|0 Comments

(This review like many others of my reviews for The Oxford Times was syndicated by Newsquest ) Hurry to the Ashmolean and immerse yourself in sub-continental sun-kissed colour. The museum’s latest exhibition Visions of Mughal India comprises 115 paintings collected

24 09, 2010

The Artist Observes by Sylvia Vetta – published on a hoarding @The Radcliffe Observatory Quarter for Open Doors Oxford

By |September 24th, 2010|Categories: Art|Tags: , , |0 Comments

The Radcliffe Observatory Quarter is one of the most significant development projects the University of Oxford has undertaken for more than a century. It is a 10-acre site in central Oxford, bound by the Woodstock Road, Somerville College, Walton Street, Observatory

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