Andrew Lambirth

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Blockbuster on a manageable scale: on Richard Dorment

A farewell collection of reviews by the American-born, British art critic

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Long may he continue: on John Berger at 90

Writings, new and old, by the nonagenarian, Marxist and self-confessed “stop-gap” storyteller

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Cool doesn’t cut it: Andrew Lambirth on painting today

The presentation of painting all too often undermines the nature of true invention

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Another side: Andrew Lambirth on Francis Bacon

A personal view of Francis Bacon by his Boswell, Michael Peppiatt

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Andrew Lambirth on the ‘only English Futurist's’ war works

There is much to admire in the catalogue raisonné of C.R.W. Nevinson's work

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Books in brief: Paul Nash in Pictures

This book is a welcome reinterpretation of Nash for contemporary audiences

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Books in brief: British and Irish Art, 1945-51

Despite some factual inaccuracies, this is a refreshing and invigorating presentation that challenges assumptions