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The Pret Prayer

A new addition to the South Kensington neighbourhood in October 2016, the Pret Prayer likes to get his mat out in front of all...

Five of the Best – Follies for sale

A selection of five of the best follies for sale in Britain and elsewhere   A folly is unlikely to make an ideal home for a...

HIM and Hitler

Likeness of Hitler sells for £11.9 million in New York   Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan is known for his satirical sculptures and yesterday one, a waxwork...

Obituary – Marisa Masters (1925 – 2016)

Remembering one of London’s great ladies, Marisa Masters   Though born in Italy, Marisa Masters undoubtedly adopted London as her home and wherever she went this...

The art of Coya

Mayfair restaurant Coya to host a painting masterclass with an Argentinian artist Ana Pérez Grassano   On Thursday 18th February 2016 between 12.30pm and 3pm, Coya...

Colditz comes to Shropshire

Shropshire cottage with a most unusual secret for sale for just shy of £200,000   From the outside 30 Railway Street in Bridgnorth, Shropshire looks like...

What makes art sell?

The Steeple Times’ first panel debate at the Library members’ club featured four art experts and the question: “What makes art sell?”   On Wednesday 2nd...

Reader Offer: What makes art sell? – A panel debate

‘The Steeple Times’ invites readers to attend its first panel debate and drinks reception where the topic will be: “What makes art sell?”   On the...

Team Harris cracks

Supporters of the paedophile Rolf Harris take to attacking one another   Convicted paedophile Rolf Harris’ key supporters appear to have had a bit of a...

Celebrating Orvis

Orvis marked thirty years on the British high street with a party at their flagship London store   On the 15th October, America’s oldest mail-order outfitter...
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