VIRTUAL ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

You may not be able to visit your favourite art gallery or museum in person right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy what’s inside. In fact many galleries and museums around the world are opening their virtual doors for your enjoyment.

Art Galleries

Now you can visit the Tel Aviv Museum of Art without hopping on a plane! With detailed images and descriptions of each exhibit, this online tour is a feast for the eyes.
Click www.tamuseum.org.il/en/event/explore-exhibitions-online/

No one does art quite like the Dutch masters, which is why The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has introduced a range of online tours, showcasing their world famous collections.
Click www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/rijksstudio?ii=3&p=2&from=2020-05-18T14%3A38%3A29.5900483Z

Discover what goes on behind-the-scenes at London’s National Gallery with this exclusive collection of staff interviews, art restoration projects and more!
Click www.nationalgallery.org.uk/behind-the-scenes

London’s landmark National Gallery has opened up its collection to view on its website; enjoy a leisurely browse of over 2600 paintings, or search for your favourite artist.
Click www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/search-the-collection to access.

There’s something for everyone at online The National Gallery in London, which offers 3 different types of virtual tours—from Renaissance masterpieces to The Sainsbury Wing and a tour dating back to 2011 showing 300 top paintings in 18 of their rooms.
Click www.nationalgallery.org.uk/visiting/virtual-tours

The iconic Victoria & Albert Museum in London opens its virtual doors to reveal just what it takes to put on an exhibition—and it’s no mean feat, that’s for sure!
Click www.vam.ac.uk/event/jKL5AXNp/behind-the-scenes-tours-of-the-conservation-studios-2019

On The Tate website, home to the Tate Britain and Tate Modern galleries in London, as well as Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives, you can explore over 78,000 works of art from all four galleries.
Click www.tate.org.uk to access.

This virtual tour of the world-renowned Courtauld Gallery in London allows you to explore the gallery as it was before it closed for renovation. Something catch your eye? Just zoom in on any masterpieces of your choosing for a close-up look.
Click: https://courtauld-website-static-hosting.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/vr_tour/indexv2.html?xml=room_02-1.xml

Delve deeper into the workings of London’s Courtauld Gallery by exploring the scientific ideas and techniques embodied in specific sculptures on display. https://sites.courtauld.ac.uk/illuminating-objects/?_ga=2.238514499.2132192107.1592400073-612043109.1592400073

The Washington Salon and Art Photographic exhibition of 1896 was the beginning of a national collection, playing a major role in the establishment and acceptance of photography as an art form in America. Check it out for yourself.
Click: https://americanhistory.si.edu/1896/index.htm

This selection of highlights from The Scottish National Gallery is not to be missed.
Click: https://www.nationalgalleries.org/search

Take a look at some of the highlights of the Wallace Collection–the art collections of the first 4 Marquesses of Hertford. Highlights are an outstanding collection of 18th Century French paintings plus British arms and armour. A feast for the eyes!
Click www.wallacecollection.org/collection/

Get in the picture with historian Simon Schama, as he explores The National Portrait Gallery and talks about the history of Britain through portraiture. A fascinating video looking at historical themes through the medium of portraits.
Click: www.npg.org.uk/whatson/simon-schamas-face-of-britain/exhibition/

Art aficionados rejoice! The National Portrait Gallery in London contains one of the most extensive collections of portraits in the world – and it’s online for you to enjoy.
Click: www.npg.org.uk/visit/360-gallery-views/

Brighten up your day with highlights from the most outstanding Royal Collection of Japanese art and design to be seen in the West.
Click: https://www.rct.uk/collection/themes/exhibitions/japan-courts-and-culture/the-queens-gallery-buckingham-palace

If you want a more unconventional art experience, get inspired with these virtual graffiti tours, taking you on a colourful trip around the streets of some of the world’s most famous cities.
Click: https://streetart.withgoogle.com/en/audio-tours

New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, also known as The Met, wants to continue to provide access to the arts and learning during the coronavirus pandemic. Check out their digital digest to find out what’s available.
Click www.metmuseum.org/blogs/now-at-the-met/2020/digital-digest to access.

New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art has put their entire collection online. That’s over 25,000 works of art for you to explore!
Click www.whitney.org/collection/works to access.

Browse a large number of artworks on display at the world famous Guggenheim Museum in New York. Along with each painting is information about the painting, artist and even the dimensions of each picture.
Click www.guggenheim.org/artwork

The world renowned Museum of Modern Art in New York (MOMA) has a host of their exhibits to look at online, along with details about each piece together with further links to that artists or similar pieces. Definitely worth a look.
Click www.moma.org/collection/?=undefined&page=&direction=

Fans of El Greco will love these two, online exhibition tours, exploring the artist’s work at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Click: https://www.artic.edu/visit-us-virtually/el-greco-online

The Art institute of Chicago also pays homage to Mozambique-born artist, Malangatana Ngwenya (1936–2011). A pioneer of modern African art, Ngwenya’s work embodies the struggle for a liberated nation.
Click: https://www.artic.edu/exhibitions/9169/malangatana-mozambique-modern

Take a broader, virtual tour through the Art Institute of Chicago, which showcases their entire collection, together with details of each painting and the artist.
Click: https://joyofmuseums.com/museums/united-states-of-america/chicago-museums/art-institute-of-chicago/

Good things come in small packages, and that includes New York’s The Frick Collection. This unassuming, but well-known, museum in Manhattan is home to industrialist Henry Clay Frick’s collection. Take a virtual tour of the house and its works.
Click: https://www.frick.org/visit/virtual_tour/living_hall
Paintings within the Frick Collection: https://collections.frick.org/collections/124/painting/objects?_ga=2.159223290.1106671609.1592488505-2098357499.1592488505
The Frick Silver: https://collections.frick.org/collections/24/silver/objects?_ga=2.187614312.1106671609.1592488505-2098357499.1592488505
The Frick Enamel Collection: https://collections.frick.org/collections/119/enamels/objects?_ga=2.163506684.1106671609.1592488505-2098357499.1592488505

Fans of art heavyweight Auguste Rodin can now feast their eyes on no less than 150 objects in the Rodin Museum’s collection. Enjoy!
Click: http://www.rodinmuseum.org/collections.html

Perfect for art newbies and aficionados alike, Joy of Museums have compiled some of the world’s most popular paintings, including Da Vinci’s ‘Mona Lisa’ and Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’, along with background information on each one, for your enjoyment.
Click: https://joyofmuseums.com/most-popular/most-popular-paintings

The legendary Uffizi Gallery in Florence has opened up its virtual doors to display some of their very best pieces, including Botticelli’s ‘Birth of Venus’ and Raphael’s ‘Woman with a Veil’.
Click www.uffizi.it/en/artworks

The Louvre in Paris has plenty to enjoy online. Search their collection or take a virtual tour around the gallery. Search the collection...
Click www.louvre.fr/en/moteur-de-recherche-oeuvres to access.

Take a virtual tour...
Click www.louvre.fr/en/visites-en-ligne to access.

Rodin's 'The Thinker' is one of the world’s most famous sculptures. This link takes you on a not-to-be-missed audio journey of this 1880 representation of Dante.
Click: http://www.musee-rodin.fr/en/collections/sculptures/thinker-0

Museums

Fans of literary genius Charles Dickens will find loads of fresh insights into the author’s life in this collection of exhibitions and learning initiatives at the Dickens Museum. Included are blogs from museum staff and volunteers, plus appearances from guest curators and academics.
Click: https://dickensmuseum.com/blogs/charles-dickens-museum

First World War enthusiasts will find a host of interesting items, from grenades to war time milk jugs, in the Imperial War Museum’s online display.
Click: www.iwm.org.uk/collections/search?query=&pageSize=30&style=list&filters%5BperiodString%5D%5BFirst+World+War%5D=on&filters%5BmediaType%5D%5Bimage%5D=on&filters%5BcurrentLocationDisplay%5D%5BIWM+London%5D=on

The seldom-seen side of World War Two has been captured in a collection of images displayed at London’s Imperial War Museum. Photos include Venus, the bulldog mascot of the destroyer HMS Vansittart, and the unusual overshoes worn by members of the Special Operations Executive. 
Click: www.iwm.org.uk/history/unbelievable-images-from-weird-war-two

Perfect for anybody with a passion for submarines, this online exhibition explores the life of The USS Cod, a Gato-class sub, commissioned in 1943. Deployed in World War II, the USS Cod also participated in training exercises during the Cold War. Today it enjoys a more sedentary life as a museum ship.
Click: https://joyofmuseums.com/museums/united-states-of-america/cleveland-museums/uss-cod/

Duxford, part of London’s Imperial War Museum, also houses the American Air Museum.  Here you can explore the Anglo-American collaboration, forged during the Second World War, when American air crews fought and died on British soil.
Click: https://www.iwm.org.uk/americanairmuseumvirtualtour

Read stories from some of the 10,000 children who fled Nazi-occupied Europe on the Kindertransport with this moving online exhibition, courtesy of London’s Imperial War Museum.
Click: https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/kindertransport/gQe5nukG

The National Maritime Museum’s online arm is host to a series of amazing stories and collections. Follow this link to find out more about a plethora of historical objects of interest – including a scaled down replica of Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory – which are explored in detail every month.
Click: https://collections.rmg.co.uk/?_.ga=2.32212221.2129410173.1591106038-1549866891.1591106038

The Jewish Museum of London has launched a small selection of virtual tours including one exploring Britain’s Jewish History, as well as a general guided tour around the museum itself. Check in regularly to find out what’s on.
Click: https://jewishmuseum.org.uk/whats-on/whats-on-virtual-tours/

‘Jewish Britain - a History in 50 Objects’ showcases highlights from London’s Jewish Museum.  Their themes range from charity through to politics and the East End to the Kindertransport.
Click: https://jewishmuseum.org.uk/collections/online-collections/jewish-britain-a-history-in-50-objects/

Jerusalem’s world famous Yad Vashem, also known as The World Holocaust Remembrance Centre, has a host of online material for you to explore, including a series of digital collections and special exhibitions.
Click: www.yadvashem.org/collections.html

Beit Hatfutsot, The Museum of the Jewish People, has put a variety of its exhibits available online. So join them to see how Jews from around the world celebrate the holidays or upload family stories to the online collection. What’s more, you can also explore your own family’s roots via the museum’s online database.
Click: www.bh.org.il/staying-indoors-visit-beit-hatfutsot-home/

A behind-the-scenes tour of The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is just one of the options offered on their website. Explore ‘The Hidden Rooms in the Youth Wing’ and ‘Secrets of the Art Garden’ as well as their beautiful exhibition, The Stieglitz Collection Masterpieces of Jewish Art.
Click: https://tours.imj.org.il/en/the-museum-and-its-exhibitions/

The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is offering a close-up, 360 degree view of all the exhibitions and Jewish artefacts on display.
Click www.artsandculture.google.com/streetview/the-israel-museum-jerusalem/iQEu5-RzOm82-A?sv_lng=35.2042351&sv_lat=31.771748&sv_h=60&sv_p=0&sv_pid=BsaQXaMmS3lUKFYH_6NENw&sv_z=1.0000000000000002

For those with an interest in the history of Zionism, the Palmach Museum has a detailed history on its website.
Click: http://palmach.org.il/en/history/database/?itemId=5102

The London Transport Museum holds just shy of half a million items, including signage, posters and sound recordings from the past century.  
Click: www.ltmuseum.co.uk/collections/collections-online

The clever folk at The Exeter Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery have created an activity pack to help keep creative minds and hands busy at home. The packs – which adhere to Public Health England guidance for infection control - contain a museum word search, some drawing materials, three creative activity sheets, and a postcard of an object or painting from RAMM’s collection to help feed your creative inspiration.
To request a pack, call: 01392 265960, or email: jamie.vittles@ecfc.co.uk
Click: https://news.exeter.gov.uk/exeter-museum-crossing-digital-divide-during-lockdown/ 

Worcester Medical Museums have curated a special ‘lockdown page’ consisting of museum related quizzes, games and articles.
Click: https://medicalmuseum.org.uk/lockdown

New York’s National Railway Museum is a tourist hotspot, however this collection of oral histories-which contains over 1000 hours of stories from folk who worked on the railways-is not something you’d find on an everyday visit there!
Click: www.railwaymuseum.org.uk/research-and-archive/naroh

Another unusual exhibit from the National Railway Museum is this history of the Ambulance Train. Discover how the railways were used to get the enormous number of World War One casualties from the battlefields to safety.
Click: www.railwaymuseum.org.uk/objects-and-stories/ambulance-trains-bringing-first-world-war-home

The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, Hampshire, is well-known for its plethora of historic vehicles. Explore their extensive collection online, which can be sorted by vehicle make, country of origin and vintage. Easy!
Click: https://nationalmotormuseum.org.uk/collections/vehicles/

Ever wondered about how the motoring industry got to where it is today? The National Motor Museum’s fascinating exhibition, ‘Story of Motoring’ has all the answers.
Click: https://nationalmotormuseum.org.uk/story-of-motoring/

The  Museum of Flight will have aviation fans flying high with their comprehensive directory of all commercial aircraft, including photographs and in-depth details about each one.
Click: https://www.museumofflight.org/aircraft/?p=2#mainContent

Many folk will remember the failed Apollo 13 mission, however America’s Space Center’s virtual exhibit looks on the brighter side, exploring why this seemingly unsuccessful mission was actually considered a great success.
Click: https://spacecenter.org/apollo-13-virtual-exhibit/

If you’re craving a cultural fix, The British Museum has come up with a host of stimulating online tours. Check out the virtual ‘look’ around their stunning ‘Oceania’ collection of art and artefacts across this vast region—from Australia to New Guinea and the many South Pacific islands.
Click www.britishmuseum.org/collection/galleries/oceania
Click www.britishmuseum.org/collection/galleries#virtual-galleries

Hosted by different curators and archivists, these fascinating podcasts delve into every aspect of The British Museum. 
Click: https://www.britishmuseum.org/the-british-museum-podcast

The Liverpool Museum’s collections are some of the most varied in Europe. Uncover a large selection of art and objects relating to social and colonial history, land transport and antiquities.
Click: https://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/collections#section--featured-collections

The Museum of London has taken a deep dive into the capital’s ancient past with a ‘timeline’ series of galleries, showcasing London’s evolution—from before Roman times right up to the present day.
Click www.museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london/permanent-galleries

It’s not often you get busy tourist hotspot, The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC, all to yourself! Enjoy a private, 360 degree virtual tour of this iconic building and all its beautiful exhibits.
Click www.naturalhistory2.si.edu/vt3/NMNH/

The Reagan Library in California pays homage to former US president Ronald Regan, his time in office and the causes he championed.
Click: https://www.reaganfoundation.org/library-museum/visitor-information/reagan-library-video-tour/

The Natural History Museum’s guided tour, ‘Making Natural History’, is an interactive experience in which Museum scientists recount a series of key scientific discoveries using objects from their collection.
Click www.artsandculture.withgoogle.com/naturalhistorymuseum/

Go to the Facebook page of the American Museum of Natural History for a wide variety of guided tours. Look around the Hall of American Mammals, or the Hall of Meteorites-the choice is yours!
Click: https://www.facebook.com/naturalhistory

Discover 4.5 billion years of natural history by enjoying Sir David Attenborough’s audio guide to Hintz Hall in London’s Natural History Museum.  The iconic environmental activist will guide you through the specimens and exhibits in Hintz Hall. 
Click www.nhm.ac.uk/visit/galleries-and-museum-map/hintze-hall.html 

Botanical buffs out there will love The Natural History Museum’s online exhibition, featuring artwork from Captain James Cook’s first Pacific ‘Endeavour’ voyage. Marvel at original botanical drawings and engravings prepared by Sydney Parkinson aboard the Endeavour, as well as some which were completed after his death by a number of British artists.
Click www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/endeavour/

Get your fill of dinosaur facts and explore the history of these prehistoric beasts, with a range of entertaining videos and quizzes, courtesy of London’s Natural History Museum.
Click www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/dinosaurs.html

The Bank of England is opening its virtual vaults to showcase a collection of historical objects, including banknotes, artworks, coins and sculptures, which illustrate the history of this famous financial institution. 
Click www.bankofengland.co.uk/museum/online-collections

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland offers a rare, in-depth look at the instruments that inspired the musicians that we all know and love in their Play it Loud exhibition. Items on display include guitars belonging to a host of musical legends including Bruce Springsteen and Jimi Hendrix.
Click: https://www.rockhall.com/play-it-loud

The Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville, provides a series of videos of well and lesser known country music stars, songwriter sessions, exhibit related videos and much more.
Click: https://countrymusichalloffame.org/videos/

In his 15-minute podcasts, host Ian Elsner introduces us to the hardworking people, beavering away behind the scenes at museum spaces around the world.
Click: https://player.fm/series/series-2409405

Art In Isolation

The experience of being isolated can manifest in many different ways, as we are all unique. This collection of art, either done by artists in isolation or by artists depicting it, provides an insightful and fascinating look into our own human condition.

The Tate Britain is running a timely online exhibition exploring artists who created pieces of work during periods of isolation from society.
Click www.tate.org.uk/art/talking-point/making-art-isolation

The team at Elephant Art have pulled together a number of works depicting isolation through the eyes of different artists. Ranging from paintings to pieces of music, all pieces come with an explanation!
Click https://elephant.art/artworks-perfectly-capture-isolation-23032020/

Art Talks

For those of you who want to learn a bit more about artists and the world of art, we’ve collated a fantastic collection of art talks for you to enjoy—from art collectors to art dealers and more.

In May 2018, Christie's New York hosted the “auction of the century”, selling David and Peggy Rockefeller's extensive art collection, raising a record-breaking $832 million—the highest total ever for any single auction and the most significant charitable auction in history. In this video, David Rockefeller and his wife, Susan, lift the lid on their family’s philanthropy.
Click https://talksat.withgoogle.com/talk/art-and-philanthropy

The meteoric rise of the largest unregulated financial market in the world for contemporary art is driven by a few passionate, guileful, and very hard-nosed dealers. Here, Michael Shnayerson and mega-dealer, Marc Glimcher of Pace, discuss the meteoric rise of contemporary art.
Click https://talksat.withgoogle.com/talk/boom-mad-money-mega-dealers-and-the-rise-of-contemporary-art

Listen to artists, curators and writers discuss their lives and work as part of the British Library’s ‘Voices of Art’ project. Transcripts are also available to print.
Click: https://www.bl.uk/voices-of-art

Uncover the secret challenges of artist Graham Sutherland as he painted Sir Winston Churchill’s portrait back in 1954. Late photographer Elsbeth Juda reveals all in this interesting interview.Click https://www.bl.uk/collection-items/elsbeth-juda-on-graham-sutherlands-battle-to-paint-winston-churchill

 The British Library has collected a wealth of sound recordings from hundreds of different artists talking about their experiences both in and out of the studio.
Click: https://sounds.bl.uk/Arts-literature-and-performance/Art
Download the free audio player required to play the archive material here: https://sounds.bl.uk/Information/Audio-Tools/

Artists and Friends is an informal podcast series, hosted by artists Sid and Jim and featuring exhibition reviews, interviews and ideas around all things arty.
Click: https://soundcloud.com/artistsandfriends

The Conversation podcast remains true to its title, with artist Michael Shaw chatting with fellow creatives, curators, dealers and collectors. 
Click: https://theconversationpod.com/ 

The Lonely Palette podcast returns art history to the masses! In each episode, creator and host Tamar Avishai interviews unsuspecting members of the public standing in front of an exhibit, delving into the specific object and its place in society.
Click: https://player.fm/series/the-lonely-palette

The Empty Frames series is about the infamous Isabella Stewart Gardner museum heist. In the early hours of March 18th1990, two thieves posing as police officers were admitted into the Gardner Museum in Boston. In 81 minutes they stole 13 pieces of artwork, including pieces by Vermeer, Degas, and Rembrandt. A must-listen!
Click: https://player.fm/series/empty-frames

Art Unbound focuses on important pieces emanating from Portland, Oregon, from film makers, artists and musicians.
Click: https://player.fm/series/art-unbound

This thought-provoking podcast focuses on lost antiquities and landmarks originating from Pakistan, Iraq, India and Syria.
Click: https://player.fm/series/museum-of-lost-objects-1301314

The Royal College of Art website has collated a series of talks given over the last few years. Subjects covered range from architecture to women artists. Enjoy!
Click: https://www.rca.ac.uk/news-and-events/rca-talks/

Get a different perspective with US-based art critic Edward Goldman, who reveals a wealth of interesting facts about museums around the world.
Click: https://www.kcrw.com/culture/shows/art-talk 

There’s something for every art lover in The National Gallery’s top 100 podcast collection. These audio gems cover a range of fantastic subjects, from Rembrandt’s late works to Greek mythology and flamboyant fashion tips for the well-dressed mercenary!
Click: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/podcast/podcasts

These podcasts from the Tate Gallery include talks on how London has inspired French artists, and the art of love. Enjoy!
Click: https://www.tate.org.uk/art/podcasts 

For something a bit different, join the Art History Babes for fresh, contemporary discussions about all things visual-from the works of Da Vinci to Colour Theory.
Click: https://recordedhistory.net/the-art-history-babes/ 

Hear regular folks share their thoughts about visiting modern gallery spaces with this collection of podcasts from New York's MOMA (Museum of Modern Art).
Click: https://www.moma.org/calendar/exhibitions/3860 

Get a totally different view of art with Art Curious, which dives straight into the weird and wacky side of art history. Their range of podcasts ‘explore the unexpected’ with episodes exploring how Van Gogh actually died, and whether Jack the Ripper was actually a British painter!
Click: http://www.artcuriouspodcast.com/artcuriouspodcast

Artists and Friends is an informal podcast series, hosted by artists Sid and Jim and featuring exhibition reviews, interviews and ideas around all things arty.
Click: https://soundcloud.com/artistsandfriends

The Conversation podcast remains true to its title, with artist Michael Shaw chatting with fellow creatives, curators, dealers and collectors. https://theconversationpod.com/ 

The Lonely Palette podcast returns art history to the masses! In each episode, creator and host Tamar Avishai interviews unsuspecting members of the public standing in front of an exhibit, delving into the specific object and its place in society.
Click: https://player.fm/series/the-lonely-palette 

The Empty Frames series is about the infamous Isabella Stewart Gardner museum heist. In the early hours of March 18th1990, two thieves posing as police officers were admitted into the Gardner Museum in Boston. In 81 minutes they stole 13 pieces of artwork, includingpieces by Vermeer, Degas, and Rembrandt. A must-listen!
Click: https://player.fm/series/empty-frames 

Art Unbound focuses on important pieces emanating from Portland, Oregon, from film makers, artists and musicians.
Click https://player.fm/series/art-unbound 

This thought-provoking podcast focuses on lost antiquities and landmarks originating from Pakistan, Iraq, India and Syria.
Click: https://player.fm/series/museum-of-lost-objects-1301314

 The Royal College of Art website has collated a series of talks given over the last few years. Subjects covered range from architecture to women artists. Enjoy!
Click: https://www.rca.ac.uk/news-and-events/rca-talks/

Get a different perspective with US-based art critic Edward Goldman, who reveals a wealth of interesting facts about museums around the world.
Click: https://www.kcrw.com/culture/shows/art-talk 

There’s something for every art lover in The National Gallery’s top 100 podcast collection. These audio gems cover a range of fantastic subjects, from Rembrandt’s late works to Greek mythology and flamboyant fashion tips for the well-dressed mercenary!
Click: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/podcast/podcasts 

These podcasts from the Tate Gallery include talks on how London has inspired French artists, and the art of love. Enjoy!
Click: https://www.tate.org.uk/art/podcasts

For something a bit different, join the Art History Babes for fresh, contemporary discussions about all things visual-from the works of Da Vinci to Colour Theory
Click: https://recordedhistory.net/the-art-history-babes/ 

Hear regular folks share their thoughts about visiting modern gallery spaces with this collection of podcasts from New York's MOMA (Museum of Modern Art).
Click: https://www.moma.org/calendar/exhibitions/3860 

Get a totally different view of art with Art Curious, which dives straight into the weird and wacky side of art history. Their range of podcasts ‘explore the unexpected’ with episodes exploring how Van Gogh actually died, and whether Jack the Ripper was actually a British painter!
Click: http://www.artcuriouspodcast.com/artcuriouspodcast

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