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The Estorick Collection, set in Islington’s leafy Canonbury Square, has been described by Nicholas Serota, the Director of Tate, as ‘one of the finest collections of early twentieth-century Italian art anywhere in the world’. It serves as a frontispiece, if one were needed, for great masters such as Umberto Boccioni, Giorgio de Chirico and Marino Marini. The...
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Media credit: Courtesy Estorick Collection