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February 16 – Angel of the North unveiled

PublicationsEdit

  • Fossi, Gloria (1998). Botticelli. Primavera (Inglese ed.). Giunti Editore Firenze Italy. ISBN 978-88-09-21459-0. Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  • Boyd, William (1998). Nat Tate: An American Artist 1928–1960. Cambridge: 21 Publishing. ISBN 1-901785-01-7. A hoax biography, launched on April 1.

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