For those interested in following Harold Chapman’s escapades on the “Tweed Run” in words as well as pictures, his article is now running in the Arbuturian.
Harold Chapman’s latest review covers the Royal Academy’s new exhibition: “Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932”. If ever there was an unequivocal testament to the dangers of power mixed with ideology and the profound importance of art in a nation’s life, here it is. To all the people of the world, take note, and carefully guard what liberties you have.
As the panto season disappears behind us as we slog through winter, here is a warming reminder of what went before and what will come after – Harold Chapman’s review of “Aladdin” at the Lyric, Hammersmith.
Killer, outlaw, genius and inspiration to many generations of artists, Caravaggio’s life and works beggar belief. A new show at the National Gallery entitled “Beyond Caravaggio” explores his influence on his contemporaries and the generation following. Harold Chapman’s review of this is now headlining in “The Arbuturian”.
The third and final part of Harold Chapman’s journal chronicling his climb across the mountains of Corsica is published in MoutainBlogEurope. At 2,225 metres, the Breche de Capitellu is the highest point of the route, and it is here that he encounters death in one of its many forms… And two days before the end he goes down with food poisoning. There is no way out apart from over the top…