London’s Camden Town Group visits Brighton and Eastbourne

Some of my favourite early 20th century English artists have been highlighted in two exhibitions in Sussex – the ongoing Down from London: Spencer Gore and Friends at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, and John Nash: The Landscape of Love … Continued

The Old Curiosity Shop: Dickensian Delights at Royal Pavilion & Museums

When Charles Dickens visited Brighton 175 years ago he probably didn’t imagine that his touching of a doorbell would transform the simple object into a museum piece. It has been well documented that Charles Dickens made several visits to Brighton: … Continued

A Trainee’s Experience on the Art UK Sculpture Project

Art UK’s project of photographing sculptures in art galleries nationwide recently involved objects in Royal Pavilion & Museums’ collections. The aim of Art UK‘s project is to photograph sculptures in public collections across the country to collate into one database. … Continued

Picturing Stories

How can a still image tell a story? Picturing stories features paintings and texts displayed together to demonstrate the different ways artists have interpreted the written word. Western art has traditionally been based on stories. History, literature, myth, legends and religion … Continued



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