Andrew Graham-Dixon Art critic, journalist, TV presenter, author, lecturer and educationalist.
Andrew Graham-Dixon Art critic, journalist, TV presenter, author, lecturer and educationalist.
19th Century

Going native
Date: 10-03-2013
Owning Institution: National Portrait gallery
Waiting for the Worst
Date: 09-12-2012
Owning Institution: Daniel Katz Gallery
Photographic illusions
Date: 04-11-2012
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Norman Nostalgia
Date: 28-10-2012
Owning Institution: Dulwich Picture Gallery
Extensions of Life
Date: 26-08-2012
Owning Institution: Wellcome Collection
Turner Monet Twombly
Date: 08-07-2012
Owning Institution: Tate Liverpool
Confessions of an artist
Date: 06-05-2012
Owning Institution: British Museum
Liquid asset
Date: 29-04-2012
Owning Institution: National Maritime Museum
Visions of fire and light
Date: 05-02-2012
Owning Institution: Turner Contemporary, in Margate
Divine to difficult
Date: 18-12-2011
Owning Institution:
German Romantic prints and drawings
Date: 27-11-2011
Owning Institution: British Museum
Merchant of doom
Date: 25-09-2011
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
Ballet and Biblical chaos
Date: 04-09-2011
Owning Institution:
Pining for the fjords
Date: 28-08-2011
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Court on Canvas
Date: 21-08-2011
Owning Institution: The Barber Institute
The Watts Gallery
Date: 12-06-2011
Owning Institution: The Watts Gallery
George Bellow
Date: 13-05-2011
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Cult of Beauty
Date: 03-04-2011
Owning Institution: Victoria and Albert museum
The Emperor Has Clothes
Date: 30-01-2011
Owning Institution: V & A.
Anywhere but Glasgow
Date: 21-11-2010
Owning Institution: Royal Academy
Priest of a new painting order
Date: 14-11-2010
Owning Institution: Courtauld Gallery
Gauguin: Maker of Myth
Date: 03-10-2010
Owning Institution: Tate Modern
All the hits and more
Date: 26-09-2010
Owning Institution: Royal Academy
Failed Romantics
Date: 22-08-2010
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
Rude Britannia
Date: 13-06-2010
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
The Printed Image in China
Date: 23-05-2010
Owning Institution: British Museum
Paul Sandby at the Royal Academy
Date: 04-05-2010
Owning Institution: Royal Academy
“The Real Van Gogh: The Artist and His Letters” at the Royal Academy
Date: 20-01-2010
Owning Institution: Royal Academy
Round up of 2009 exhibitions
Date: 14-12-2009
Owning Institution:
The Ashmolean revived
Date: 01-11-2009
Owning Institution: Ashmolean
Turner and the Masters at Tate Britain
Date: 27-09-2009
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
“The Discovery of Spain” at The Royal Scottish Academy
Date: 09-09-2009
Owning Institution: Royal Scottish Academy
“Medals of Dishonour” at the British Museum and “Felicity Powell” at Domobaal
Date: 23-08-2009
Owning Institution: The British Museum
“The Polish Connection” and “The Best of British” at The Dulwich Picture Gallery
Date: 16-08-2009
Owning Institution: Dulwich Picture Gallery
“Garden and Cosmos: The Royal Paintings of Jodhpur” at the British Museum.
Date: 31-05-2009
Owning Institution: British Museum
“Seen in My Visions: Wlliam Blake at Tate Britain”.
Date: 24-05-2009
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
Utagawa Kuniyoshi at The Royal Academy
Date: 29-03-2009
Owning Institution: The Royal Academy
“Swedish Landscape Painting” at The Barber Institute
Date: 22-03-2009
Owning Institution: The Barber Institute, Birmingham
“Sickert in Venice” at The Dulwich Picture Gallery
Date: 08-03-2009
Owning Institution: Dulwich Picture Gallery
“Sisley in England and Wales” at the National Gallery
Date: 11-01-2009
Owning Institution: National Gallery
War and Medicine at the Wellcome Collection
Date: 21-12-2008
Owning Institution: The Wellcome Collection
Autumn preview of exhibitions in London and Paris 2008
Date: 07-09-2008
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“Painting Light: Impressionism”, at the Strozzi Palace, Florence
Date: 24-08-2008
Owning Institution:
The Courtauld Cezannes
Date: 10-08-2008
Owning Institution: Courtauld Galleries
“Turmoil and Tranquillity” at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
Date: 03-08-2008
Owning Institution:
Vittorio Sella Photographs
Date: 20-07-2008
Owning Institution: Estorick Foundation
“Radical Light: Italy’s Divisionist Painters” at The National Gallery
Date: 22-06-2008
Owning Institution: National Gallery
“Art in the Age of Steam” at The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Date: 11-05-2008
Owning Institution: The Walker Art Gallery
The Sleep of Arthur in Avalon by Edward Burne-Jones at Tate Britain
Date: 04-05-2008
Owning Institution: Tate Modern
“Masterpieces from the Louvre: The Collection of Louis La Caze” at The Wallace Collection
Date: 06-04-2008
Owning Institution: The Louvre
“Renoir at the Theatre” at The Courtauld Gallery
Date: 23-03-2008
Owning Institution: The Courtauld Gallery
“Coming of Age” at The Dulwich Picture Gallery
Date: 16-03-2008
Owning Institution: Dulwich Picture Gallery
“From Russia” at The Royal Academy
Date: 27-01-2008
Owning Institution: The Royal Academy
“Sleeping and Dreaming” at The Wellcome Collection
Date: 13-01-2008
Owning Institution: The Wellcome Collection
“The Age of Enchantment” at Dulwich Picture Gallery
Date: 16-12-2007
Owning Institution: Dulwich Picture Gallery
Barcelona 1900 at the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
Date: 02-12-2007
Owning Institution: Van Gogh Museum
The Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille
Date: 11-11-2007
Owning Institution: Palais des Beaux-Arts Lille
Paul Mellon’s Legacy: A Passion for British Art at the Royal Academy
Date: 04-11-2007
Owning Institution: The Royal Academy
Millais at Tate Modern
Date: 30-09-2007
Owning Institution: Tate Modern
Faith, Narrative and Desire at The British Museum
Date: 09-09-2007
Owning Institution: The British Museum
Impressionists by the Sea at the Royal Academy
Date: 15-07-2007
Owning Institution: The Royal Academy
“The Unknown Monet” at The Royal Academy
Date: 25-03-2007
Owning Institution: The Royal Academy
The Parrot in Art at the Barber Institute, Birmingham
Date: 18-03-2007
Owning Institution: The Barber Institute
Citizens and Kings at The Royal Academy
Date: 11-02-2007
Owning Institution: The Royal Academy
Van Gogh and Expresionism at the Van Gogh Museum 2006
Date: 10-12-2006
Owning Institution: Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
William Powell Frith at the Guildhall Art Gallery 2006
Date: 12-11-2006
Owning Institution: Guildhall Art Gallery
Rodin at the Royal Academy 2006
Date: 24-09-2006
Owning Institution: Royal Academy, London
Constable: The Great Landscapes, at Tate Britain 2006
Date: 04-06-2006
Winslow Homer: Poet of the Sea at The Dulwich Picture Gallery 2006
Date: 26-02-2006
Owning Institution: The Dulwich Picture Gallery
Gothic Nightmares at Tate Britain 2006
Date: 19-02-2006
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
Moonrise Over Europe: German Romantic Painting at the Barber Institute, Birmingham 2006
Date: 29-01-2006
Owning Institution: Barber Institute, Birmingham
Samuel Palmer at The British Museum 2005
Date: 13-11-2005
Owning Institution: The British Museum, London
Henri Rousseau: Jungles in Paris at Tate Modern 2005
Date: 06-11-2005
Self-Portrait: Renaissance to Contemporary at The National Portrait Gallery 2005
Date: 23-10-2005
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Review of "Degas, Sickert and Toulouse-Lautrec" at Tate Britain
Date: 09-10-2005
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
The World's Most Overrated Painter? Munch Self-Portraits at The Royal Academy 2005
Date: 02-10-2005
Owning Institution: The Royal Academy, London
Roger Fenton at Tate Britain 2005
Date: 25-09-2005
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
ITP 277: A Sunday on the Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat
Date: 21-08-2005
Owning Institution: The Art Institute of Chicago
ITP 274: Snow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour’s Mouth by J.M.W. Turner
Date: 31-07-2005
Owning Institution: The Courtauld Galleries
ITP 271: The Gleaners by Jean-Francois Millet
Date: 10-07-2005
Owning Institution: The Louvre
ITP 270: The Vision after the Sermon Jacob Wrestling with the Angel by Paul Gauguin
Date: 03-07-2005
Owning Institution: The National Gallery
Stubbs, an appreciation
Date: 03-07-2005
Owning Institution: The National Gallery, London
ITP 269: Joseph Roulin by Vincent Van Gogh
Date: 26-06-2005
Owning Institution: van Gogh Museum
ITP 266: Flaming June by Frederic Leighton
Date: 05-06-2005
Owning Institution: Museo de Arte de Ponce
ITP 262: Two Men Wrestling by Eadweard Muybridge
Date: 08-05-2005
Owning Institution:
ITP256: The Adultress by Augustus Egg
Date: 27-03-2005
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
August Strindberg at Tate Modern
Date: 20-02-2005
Owning Institution: Tate Modern
Turner, Whistler, Monet at Tate Britain
Date: 13-02-2005
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
Compton Verney in Warwickshire, A New(ish) Museum in England 2005
Date: 16-01-2005
Owning Institution: Compton Verney
ITP 246: The Island of the Dead, by Arnold Bocklin
Date: 16-01-2005
Owning Institution:
ITP 245: Horatio, Viscount Nelson, by Catherine Andras
Date: 09-01-2005
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ITP 244: Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, by Paul Gauguin
Date: 02-01-2005
Owning Institution:
ITP 240: Napoleon I on His Imperial Throne by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
Date: 05-12-2004
Owning Institution: The Musee de l’Armee, Paris
Faces in the Crowd at the Whitechapel Art Gallery 2004
Date: 05-12-2004
Owning Institution: Whitechapel Art Gallery
Manet: Face to Face at the Courtauld Institute Gallery 2004
Date: 21-11-2004
Owning Institution: Courtauld Institute of Art Gallery, London
Degas: Art in the Making at the National Gallery 2004
Date: 14-11-2004
Owning Institution: National Gallery
ITP 236: St Paul’s from Blackfriars by David Roberts
Date: 07-11-2004
William Nicholson at the Royal Academy 2004
Date: 07-11-2004
Owning Institution:
England's Michelangelo: George Frederic Watts, Watts Gallery. Tate Britain, 2004
Date: 17-10-2004
Owning Institution:
Gwen John and Augustus John, at Tate Britain 2004
Date: 03-10-2004
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
ITP 226: Music in the Tuileries by Edouard Manet
Date: 22-08-2004
Owning Institution: The National Gallery
ITP 225: The Montagne Sainte-Victoire by Paul Cezanne
Date: 15-08-2004
Owning Institution: The Courtauld Galleries
“Walter Richard Sickert: The Human Canvas”, at the Abbot Hall Museum and Art Gallery, Kendal 2004
Date: 01-08-2004
Owning Institution: Not known
Manet and the Sea at the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
Date: 27-06-2004
Owning Institution: Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
ITP 217: Ugolino and His Sons in the Tower, engraving of 1809 by Moses Haughton, after Henry Fuseli
Date: 20-06-2004
Owning Institution:
ITP 215: Le Bec du Hoc, Grandcamp by Georges Seurat
Date: 06-06-2004
Owning Institution: The National Gallery
The Art of the Garden; Michael Landy’s Semi-Detached, two exhibitions at Tate Britain 2004
Date: 06-06-2004
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
ITP 214: Joan of Arc at the Coronation of Charles VII by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
Date: 30-05-2004
Owning Institution: The Louvre
ITP 210: The Siesta by Pierre Bonnard
Date: 02-05-2004
Owning Institution: National Gallery of Victoria
ITP 209: Violet Green Swallows and Bank Swallows by James John Audubon
Date: 25-04-2004
Owning Institution: The Birds of America
The John Madejski Fine Rooms at the Royal Academy. In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida at Tate Britain
Date: 14-03-2004
Owning Institution: Tate Gallery
ITP 203: Self-Portrait by James Barry
Date: 14-03-2004
Owning Institution: The National Gallery of Ireland
Vuillard at the Royal Academy 2004
Date: 22-02-2004
ITP 194: The Artist’s Bedroom in the Hotel Europa
Date: 04-01-2004
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
ITP 190: The Three Graces by Antonio Canova
Date: 07-12-2003
Owning Institution: National Gallery of Scotland
ITP 185: Fireworks over Ryogoku Bridge by Ando Hiroshige
Date: 03-11-2003
Owning Institution: British Museum
ITP 177: Blackboard by Winslow Homer
Date: 07-09-2003
ITP 174: Summer Scene by Frederic Bazille
Date: 17-08-2003
Owning Institution: The Fogg Art Museum
ITP 172: The Water-Lily Pond by Claude-Oscar Monet
Date: 03-08-2003
Owning Institution: The National Gallery
ITP 169: Liberty Leading the People by Eugene Delacroix
Date: 13-07-2003
Owning Institution: The Louvre
ITP 165: Dejeuner sur l’Herbe by Edouard Manet
Date: 15-06-2003
Owning Institution: Musee d’Orsay
ITP 154Arrangement in Grey and Black:Portrait of the Painter’s Mother by James McNeill Whistler
Date: 30-03-2003
Owning Institution: The Musee d’Orsay
ITP 153: The General Post Ofice. One Minute to Six, by George Elgar Hicks
Date: 23-03-2003
Owning Institution: Museum of London
ITP 151: Frederick Gustavus Burnaby by James Tissot
Date: 09-03-2003
Owning Institution: The National Portrait Gallery
ITP 141: The Bar at the Folies-Bergeres by Edouard Manet
Date: 29-12-2002
Owning Institution: The Courtauld Institute Galleries
ITP 139: Portrait of Mr Van Amburgh, as He Appeared with His Animals at the London Theatres by Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
Date: 15-12-2002
Owning Institution: Yale Center for British Art
ITP 134: George Gordon Byron in Albanian Dress by Thomas Phillips
Date: 10-11-2002
Owning Institution: Government Art Collection
ITP 126: The Letter of Introduction by David Wilkie
Date: 15-09-2002
Owning Institution: Dulwich Picture Gallery
ITP 120: Rhyl Sands by David Cox
Date: 04-08-2002
Owning Institution: Manchester City Art Gallery
ITP 119: The Potato Eaters by Vincent van Gogh
Date: 28-07-2002
Owning Institution: Rijksmuseum Vincent van Gogh
ITP 117: The Beheading of St John the Baptist by Pierre Puvis de Chavannes
Date: 14-07-2002
Owning Institution: The Barber Institute of Fine Arts
ITP 108: On a Sailing Boat by Caspar David Friedrich
Date: 12-05-2002
Owning Institution:
ITP 92: The Flight of Madeline and Porphyro during the Drunkenness Attending the Revelry, by William Holman Hunt
Date: 20-01-2002
ITP 89: Winter Landscape by Caspar David Friedrich
Date: 31-12-2001
Owning Institution: The National Gallery, London.
ITP 81: The Beach at Trouville - The Empress Eugenie, by Eugene Boudin
Date: 04-11-2001
ITP 79: Whaling off the Islands of Flores and Pulo Komba in the Flores Seas, Indian Ocean by W.L. Roderick
Date: 21-10-2001
Owning Institution: National Library of Australia
ITP 75: The Fighting Temeraire, tugged to her last Berth to be broken up, 1838 by J.M.W. Turner
Date: 23-09-2001
Owning Institution: The National Gallery.
ITP 73: Au Moulin Rouge by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Date: 09-09-2001
Owning Institution: The Art Institute of Chicago
ITP 71: Haymaking by Paul Gauguin
Date: 26-08-2001
ITP 70: Fourteen Sunflowers in a Vase by Vincent Van Gogh
Date: 19-08-2001
Owning Institution: The National Gallery, London
ITP 68: Golding Constable’s Kitchen Garden by John Constable
Date: 05-08-2001
Owning Institution: Wolsey Art Gallery, Ipswich
ITP 64: Ejiri in Suruga Province by Katsushika Hokusai
Date: 08-07-2001
Owning Institution: The British Museum, London.
ITP 62: And There’s No Help For It by Francisco Goya
Date: 24-06-2001
Owning Institution: The British Museum, London.
ITP 56: Portrait of a Kleptomaniac, by Theodore Gericault
Date: 13-05-2001
Owning Institution: Museum of Fine Arts Ghent
ITP 54: Jack in the Green: May Day Celebrations of the Chimney Sweeps of London, by Thomas Sevestre
Date: 29-04-2001
Owning Institution: Victoria and Albert Museum
ITP 44: Queen Victoria, by Thomas Sully
Date: 18-02-2001
ITP 38: A Curtsying Dancer with a Bouquet, by Edgar Degas
Date: 07-01-2001
Owning Institution: The Musee d'Orsay, Paris
ITP 32: The Ghost of a Flea, by William Blake
Date: 26-11-2000
Owning Institution: Tate Britain
ITP 29: Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket, by James McNeill Whistler
Date: 05-11-2000
ITP 27: The Death of Nelson, by Daniel Maclise
Date: 22-10-2000
Owning Institution: Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
ITP 26: The Burning Down of the Houses of Parliament, by J.M.W. Turner
Date: 15-10-2000
Owning Institution: Tate Britain, London
ITP 23: Portrait of Madame Juliette Recamier, by Jacques-Louis David
Date: 24-09-2000
Owning Institution: The Louvre
ITP 22: Study of Clouds at Hampstead by John Constable, 1821
Date: 17-09-2000
Owning Institution: Royal Academy of Arts, London
ITP 14: The Hulsenbeck Children by Philipp Otto Runge
Date: 23-07-2000
Owning Institution: Kunsthalle, Hamburg
ITP 2: John Ruskin, by Sir John Everett Millais
Date: 30-04-2000
Boudin, Monet and the Sea Painters of Normandy, at the Bowes Museum
Date: 30-11-1999
Owning Institution: The Bowes Museum
Chardin
Date: 30-11-1999
Owning Institution:
The Norwich School
Date: 30-11-1999
Owning Institution:
Publication: Sunday Telegraph Features
Subject: 19th Century
Alfred Munnings
Date: 30-11-1999
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George Cruikshank’s Worship of Bacchus
Date: 30-11-1999
Owning Institution:
Publication: Sunday Telegraph Features
Subject: 19th Century
Painting Quickly
Date: 30-11-1999
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Vermeer and the School of Delft
Date: 30-11-1999
Owning Institution:
American Landscapes
Date: 30-11-1999
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Fabric of Vision
Date: 30-11-1999
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Berthe Morisot
Date: 30-11-1999
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Barnett Newman
Date: 30-11-1999
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Artists’ Assistants
Date: 30-11-1999
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Preview of "Degas , Sickert and Toulouse-Lautrec" at Tate Britain
Date: 30-11-1999
Owning Institution:
The Art of Bloomsbury
Date: 30-11-1999
Owning Institution:
Publication: Talk
Subject: 19th Century 20th Century
Profile of Nick Serota
Date: 30-11-1999
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The Coventry Doom
Date: 30-11-1999
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Artists’ Self-Portraits from the Uffizi, at the Dulwich Picture Gallery
Date: 30-11-1999
Owning Institution: Dulwich Picture Gallery
Renoir at the National Gallery
Date: 30-11-1999
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Chez Bonnard: the home that shaped the master
Date: 31-01-1998
Owning Institution: Tate
Love's labours lost
Date: 12-08-1997
Owning Institution: Foundation Cartier
Lonely echoes
Date: 28-01-1997
Owning Institution: Royal Academy
Delusions of grandeur
Date: 17-12-1996
Owning Institution: Hayward Gallery
Blinded by the light
Date: 03-12-1996
Owning Institution: Tate Gallery
Pablo: the biopic?
Date: 29-10-1996
Owning Institution: Grand Palais, Paris
Alphabet; TEN YEARS IN THE ARTS
Date: 11-10-1996
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Knavery, trickery and deceit
Date: 11-06-1996
Owning Institution: National Gallery
British art - our best kept secret
Date: 04-04-1996
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Victorian vices
Date: 20-02-1996
Owning Institution: Royal Acadamy
Degenerate and proud
Date: 19-12-1995
Owning Institution: Whitechapel Art Gallery
The Cezanne on view in Paris is a complicated, uneasy figure, driven by anxiety as much as anything
Date: 03-10-1995
Owning Institution: Grand Palais, Paris
The heartfelt tug of time
Date: 25-07-1995
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Some take the Venice Biennale very seriously indeed; others regard it as the Eurovision Song Contest of Art
Date: 13-06-1995
Owning Institution: Venice Biennale
Turner in his grave
Date: 20-12-1994
Owning Institution: Dulwich Picture Gallery
Mother of all aesthetes
Date: 18-10-1994
Owning Institution: Tate Gallery
As if Hitler never existed
Date: 24-09-1994
Owning Institution: Hayward Gallery
Making molehills out of mountains
Date: 16-08-1994
Owning Institution: National Gallery of Scotland
The north face of painting
Date: 14-06-1994
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Getting hold of the wrong Impression
Date: 17-05-1994
Owning Institution: Grand Palais
The texture of memory
Date: 01-03-1994
Owning Institution: Whitechapel gallery
Faces of history
Date: 01-02-1994
Owning Institution: National Gallery
The legend of the damned
Date: 18-01-1994
Owning Institution: Royal Academy
Try this for sheer size
Date: 30-11-1993
Owning Institution: The Louvre
Prophets and loss
Date: 23-11-1993
Owning Institution: Grand Palais
A quiet American
Date: 12-10-1993
Owning Institution: National Portrait Gallery
Out of the shadows, into the light
Date: 31-08-1993
Owning Institution: City Art Centre, Edinburgh
Publication:
Subject: 19th Century
Dull, mediocre, bad - and well worth the price of a ticket
Date: 17-08-1993
Owning Institution: Kenwood House
The still, small voice of turmoil
Date: 01-06-1993
Owning Institution: Accademia Italiana
Putting a brave face on it
Date: 18-05-1993
Owning Institution: Whitechapel Gallery
A legend in her own landscape
Date: 13-04-1993
Owning Institution: Hayward Gallery
Adrift on the sea of interpretation
Date: 06-04-1993
The bigger, the worse
Date: 30-03-1993
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Chaos is come again
Date: 02-03-1993
Owning Institution: Tate Gallery
The virtual art gallery comes of age
Date: 09-02-1993
Owning Institution: Tate Gallery
Sunny side up
Date: 17-11-1992
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Conference of strange deities
Date: 09-09-1992
Owning Institution: Hayward Gallery
Facial disfigurement
Date: 21-07-1992
Owning Institution: Cartier Foundation
False impressions
Date: 14-07-1992
Owning Institution: Royal Academy
First up against the wall
Date: 07-07-1992
Owning Institution: Serpentine Gallery
Channel Hopping
Date: 02-06-1992
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A Whiff of Gout Libre
Date: 04-02-1992
Owning Institution: National Gallery
On a wing and a prayer
Date: 28-12-1991
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Worlds Apart
Date: 12-11-1991
Owning Institution: Barbican Art Gallery
Dismembered Vision
Date: 18-10-1991
Owning Institution: Grand Palais
Under the Limelight
Date: 15-10-1991
Owning Institution: Hayward Gallery
Lines of Thought
Date: 01-10-1991
Owning Institution: South Bank
Living Statues
Date: 30-07-1991
Owning Institution: Kenwood House
History's broad canvas
Date: 04-06-1991
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The Territory of Myth
Date: 28-05-1991
Owning Institution: Manchester City Art Gallery
Beyond the Pale
Date: 21-05-1991
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The official versions
Date: 14-05-1991
Back in the Year Dot
Date: 23-04-1991
Owning Institution: Grand Palais
Deeply Distressed
Date: 12-02-1991
Owning Institution: Whitechapel Gallery
Darkness in a Frame
Date: 15-01-1991
Owning Institution: Accademia Italiana
The Appliance of Science
Date: 04-12-1990
Owning Institution: National Gallery
A Determined Misfit
Date: 13-11-1990
Owning Institution: Burrell Collection, Glasgow
The Lady's not for Spurning
Date: 03-11-1990
Owning Institution: The Musee d'Orsay
The flowering of a genius
Date: 03-10-1990
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Letters from the Landscape
Date: 02-10-1990
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Every Colour Under the Sun
Date: 08-09-1990
Owning Institution: Royal Academy
A Land of Opportunity
Date: 21-08-1990
Owning Institution: National Gallery of Scotland
National Gallery gains Britain a pounds 250m art treasure
Date: 20-05-1990
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Loan of the century - The first preview
Date: 20-05-1990
Owning Institution: National Gallery
Skeletal operations
Date: 01-05-1990
Smoke on the water
Date: 13-03-1990
The graphic details
Date: 09-01-1990
Owning Institution: Bolton Art Gallery
Cracks in the official version
Date: 12-12-1989
Owning Institution: Louvre
Coals to Newcastle
Date: 28-11-1989
Owning Institution: Laing Gallery
Artists under the influence
Date: 10-10-1989
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Opening the Shutters
Date: 29-09-1989
Owning Institution: The Royal Academy
Exchanging Peasantries
Date: 19-09-1989
Owning Institution: Royal Academy
Acquiring New Tastes
Date: 07-09-1989
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Traces in the Sand
Date: 01-08-1989
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Movements in Modern Art
Date: 25-07-1989
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Body Language
Date: 06-07-1989
Owning Institution: Victoria and Albert
From Aztec to High-tec
Date: 30-05-1989
Owning Institution: Hayward Gallery
The Feat of Klee
Date: 23-05-1989
Owning Institution: Tate Gallery
La Revolution Glorieuse
Date: 16-05-1989
Owning Institution: British Museum
Between the Lines
Date: 13-05-1989
Owning Institution: Whitechapel Art Gallery
A Bad Head for Figures
Date: 18-04-1989
Owning Institution: Clore Gallery
The Last Romantic?
Date: 11-04-1989
Owning Institution: Whitworth Gallery
The Elephant Man
Date: 28-03-1989
Owning Institution: Tate Gallery, Liverpool
The Philosophy of Wallpaper
Date: 14-02-1989
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Pacific Overtures
Date: 24-01-1989
Owning Institution: Grand Palais, Paris
A deal about pictures, or glory?
Date: 30-06-1988
Owning Institution: Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum
French connections
Date: 21-06-1988
Owning Institution: National Gallery
The devil in the flesh
Date: 26-04-1988
Owning Institution: Royal Academy
Dogs' Dinner
Date: 12-04-1988
Owning Institution: Tate
Classical radical
Date: 22-03-1988
Owning Institution: Grand Palais
Cool, calm, collected
Date: 03-02-1988
Owning Institution: National Gallery
This is not a repeat
Date: 04-01-1988
Owning Institution: V&A
The shock of the old
Date: 09-10-1987
Owning Institution: Manchester City Art Gallery
Giacomo does the locomotion
Date: 01-09-1987
Owning Institution: Riverside studios
The prodigal sun
Date: 10-04-1987
Owning Institution: Tate
Come into the garden, Claude
Date: 05-01-1987
Owning Institution: Sotheby's
The world's your lobster
Date: 27-10-1986
Owning Institution: Leeds City Art Galleries
Lessons in how to shoot yourself
Date: 07-10-1986
Owning Institution: The National Portrait Gallery
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At present, all of Andrew's reviews for the Sunday Telegraph are on the site,  as well as every example of the cult column Andrew wrote between 2002 and 2007 entitled "In the Picture".We are still working to input the Independent articles, which we hope will be on before too long!.

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Praise for Andrew Graham-Dixon:


"Andrew Graham-Dixon is the leading British art critic..."
Robert Hughes

"Andrew Graham-Dixon is the dean of art critics."
A.A. Gill, the Sunday Times

"There is always something that cheers and invigorates - something that makes the reader feel more intelligent and alive."
Anthony Quinn, in the Observer.

"The pleasure is in the ideas. They fairly steam long... Graham-Dixon gets them over skilfully and succinctly without ever getting bogged down or self-conscious."
Matthew Collings, in the Independent on Sunday

"Andrew Graham-Dixon's range is unusually wide, his prose style so supple and his analysis of artists and their work so absorbing that the reader begins by being enthralled and ends by being enriched. How is this achieved? Generally, each piece begins with a description of a particular work of art in which the chief characteristics of the artist are revealed and then held up for re-examination in a wider context, invariably leading to fresh insights or reinterpretations... As a critic he is remarkably self-effacing,reserving the space for opinions on art and artists as opposed to displays of irascibility or bouts of petulance...  Then there is his irreverent sense of humour. For example, Boucher and Fragonard are described as 'painters of airborne brothels' and Giacometti's fuigures are introduced as 'graduates of one of the most punishing physical regimes of modern times: the Alberto Giacometti Total Fitness Programme'. Yet such asides are soon abandoned for passages of sustained prose that often have the plangency of a meditation, only to be brought to a sudden halt by a startling epigram. Many of these last are brilliant apercus that are both memorable and instructive..."
Christopher Lloyd, Surveyor of the Queen's Pictures, in The Daily Express

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