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12 November 2019The Extraordinary Life of Misia Sert 'Queen of Paris' 1877-1950
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The Extraordinary Life of Misia Sert 'Queen of Paris' 1877-1950 Julian Halsby Tuesday 12 November 2019

Julian Halsby studied History of Art at Cambridge. Formerly Senior Lecturer and Head of Department at Croydon College of Art. Publications include Venice - the Artist's Vision (1990, 1995), The Art of Diana Armfield RA (1995), Dictionary of Scottish Painters (1990, 1998, 2001, 4th edition 2010), A Hand to Obey the Demon's Eye (2000), Scottish Watercolours 1740-1940 (1986, 1991), A Private View - David Wolfers and the New Grafton Gallery (2002).