House Tip: How to get through lockdown the John Keats way

A woman holding a rabbit

Painter Nancy Cadogan compares the poet’s quarantine learnings with her own

By Olivia Atkins

Inspired by her exhibition at the Keats-Shelley house in Rome celebrating Keats’ bicentennial, Cadogan invites us into her studio to reflect on the poet’s relatable confinement struggles. She also shares what she’s most looking forward to when lockdown ends.
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