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Radio

The pleasures and perils of talking about art on the radio

30 November 2019

9:00 AM

30 November 2019

9:00 AM

‘I like not knowing why I like it,’ declared Fiona Shaw, the actress, about Georgia O’Keeffe’s extraordinary blast of colour, ‘Lake George, Coat and Red’. O’Keeffe was inspired by the lake in upstate New York but there’s no discernible lake on the canvas and no coat, although there is plenty of red.

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