I am Gordon Harris. I have now qualified with a Diploma in Art History at the University of Oxford. I have an eclectic range of artistic interests from the medieval through to postmodernism and enjoy painting, sculpture and architecture. I am now retired after having had careers in mining, water supply and construction. White Box Art Channel is my diary of visits and exhibitions and the occasional comments on the history and current affairs in the Artworld.
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The header image is a series of paintings by Claude Monet from the third Impressionist Exhibition in 1877. They represent views of St Lazare Railway Station in Paris and were the most talked about at the exhibition. The view on the middle right is La Gare St-Lazare, in the National Gallery, London.