First ever Gaugin exhibition on at the National Gallery

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First ever Gaugin exhibition on at the National Gallery

The works of the French artist Paul Gaugin have gone on show at the National Gallery, the first ever exhibition dedicated to his portraits.

Our resident art critic James Nicholls has shared his thoughts on the showcase, and some of the other additions in the capital.
Bridget Riley's exhibition is on at the Hayward Gallery until the 26th of January.

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