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Still Life with Peaches and an apple on a pewter plate

Art in Isolation

Episode Fifteen | Landscape of my Fathers
Still Life with Peaches and an apple on a pewter plate
We know that many over you have been keenly following Philip and Oliver's series in isolation from Duck End and that many of you have been hungry for more. In this second installment of Philip's culinary theme 'The Art of Food' he shares with you a remarkable still life by William Jones of Bath that is deceptively modern. Still life is one of the most enduring genres in the Western canon of art history; Philip untangles the possible reasons why that is in the fifteenth episode. Philip returns tomorrow, Wednesday 22nd April at 4pm for episode sixteen.
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We know that many over you have been keenly following Philip and Oliver's series in isolation from Duck End and that many of you have been hungry for more. In this second installment of Philip's culinary theme 'The Art of Food' he shares with you a remarkable still life by William Jones of Bath that is deceptively modern. Still life is one of the most enduring genres in the Western canon of art history; Philip untangles the possible reasons why that is in the fifteenth episode.

Philip returns tomorrow, Wednesday 22nd April at 4pm for episode sixteen. 

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