Here are the five top London shows I want to see:
Royal Academy -' Treasures from Budapest: European Masterpieces from Leonardo to Schiele'.
It ends on 12 December. Sounds like it includes some great stuff, judging by reviews I have read,
Royal Academy, Piccadilly, London
Turner Prize - at the Tate Britian, because I found Dexter Dalwood's huge paintings/collages very interesting when I saw them several years ago at the Gagosian Gallery, London.
Turner Prize, at Tate Britain, Millbank, London
Thomas Lawrence at the National Portrait Gallery, St Martins Lane, London, to 23 January. I rate him highly and find his portraits an inspiration.
Thomas Lawrence, portraits
British Museum, an exhibition of graphic art entitled Picasso to Julie Mehretu, to 25 April
Sounds fascinating, and the BM Prints Department Graphics comprise an unknown treasure house.
British Museum, Picasso to Julie Mehretu
The Courtauld Institute of Art, Gallery, London
A small exhibition of Cezanne's paintings of peasant card players and more, until 16 January
.Cezanne's card players