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
January 2007 This was the introductory feature of my Oxfordshire Limited Edition (The Oxford Times) series in 2007. I used this story of my own and combined it with the parallel story from Blenheim Palace to invite readers to send
Oxfordshire | Archive | 2007 | June | 5 This was part of my Every Antique tells a Story series published in Oxfordshire Limited Edition but I sought this one out myself. I had seen some of William Clegg's truncheons
The Decade that Taste Forgot? That is the question posed in the title of the latest exhibition at the Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock. Readers who remember the flowered shirts, flared trousers, nylon bedspreads and the psychedelic curtains of the period may agree with the proposition.
The V&A celebrates Dior and the other innovative designers who brightened up austerity Britain, writes SYLVIA VETTA.
SYLVIA VETTA talks to the Chinese artist Qu lei lei about The First Emperor: China's Terracotta Warriors at the British Museum.