Maggi Hambling with two Walls of Water paintings at National Gallery, London

Maggi Hambling with two Walls of Water paintings at National Gallery, London

'They also fear the cultural impact of outsourcing to a company better known for providing security guards. “As far as the public are concerned, eventually they won’t have a staff that knows about the paintings,” said one. “There will be an influx of people who usually guard empty buildings.” ' (Gayle, 11/8/15).

National Gallery staff strike shuts down most exhibitions

'They also fear the cultural impact of outsourcing to a company better known for providing security guards. “As far as the public are concerned, eventually they won’t have a staff that knows about the paintings,” said one. “There will be an influx of people who usually guard empty buildings.” ' (Gayle, 11/8/15).

'But the great allure of Hogarth's series lies in the precise placing of the story in the London of his day, the streets, salons and gaming houses of St James's, the taverns of Covent Garden, the churches of Marylebone, the Fleet prison and Bedlam. The men and women who bought the prints when they first appeared in 1735 could recognise every setting,' (Uglow, 6/6/14).

Booze, whores and high living – a modern take on Hogarth's Rake

'But the great allure of Hogarth's series lies in the precise placing of the story in the London of his day, the streets, salons and gaming houses of St James's, the taverns of Covent Garden, the churches of Marylebone, the Fleet prison and Bedlam. The men and women who bought the prints when they first appeared in 1735 could recognise every setting,' (Uglow, 6/6/14).

Tracey Emin during a photocall for The Last Great Adventure Is You.

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Tracey Emin during a photocall for The Last Great Adventure Is You.

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Maggi Hambling, wall of water I, 2010  A dramatic new series of paintings inspired by Hambling’s experience of gigantic waves crashing onto the sea wall at Southwold.

Maggi Hambling, wall of water I, 2010 A dramatic new series of paintings inspired by Hambling’s experience of gigantic waves crashing onto the sea wall at Southwold.

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Saatchi Art Artist Antonios Georgakis; Drawing, “catwalk” #art

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