Andrew Lambirth

There are too few masterpieces in Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia

You'll find Bacon, Lowry and a few superb artefacts, but mostly this jumble of a show is like visiting a large country house that's fallen on hard times

‘Storm on Yarmouth Beach’, 1831, by Cotman [Getty Images/Shutterstock/Alamy/iStock]

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