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Neil MacGregor, OM, is not only a great museum director, but also – in as much as British culture tolerates such a thing – a great public intellectual. When he ran the National Gallery, he showed us on television how Christian art saw salvation. When he directed the British Museum, he explained the world in 100 objects. Early this century, for this newspaper, I got him to write a beautiful part-work about the greatest paintings in British public collections. In all his expositions, he has a genius for using the particular to explain the general.

Nowadays, MacGregor lives in Berlin. From that vantage point, he looks back at his own country. Hence his series, which ran every day on BBC Radio 4...

Neil MacGregor, OM, is not only a great museum director, but also – in as much as British culture tolerates such a thing – a great public intellectual. When he ran the National Gallery, he showed us on television how Christian art saw salvation. When he directed the British Museum, he explained the world in 100 objects. Early this century, for this newspaper, I got him to write a beautiful part-work about the greatest paintings in British public collections. In all his expositions, he has a genius for using the particular to explain the general.

Nowadays, MacGregor lives in Berlin. From that vantage point, he looks back at his own country. Hence his series, which ran every day on BBC Radio 4...

Neil MacGregor, OM, is not only a great museum director, but also – in as much as British culture tolerates such a thing – a great public intellectual. When he ran the National Gallery, he showed us on television how Christian art saw salvation. When he directed the British Museum, he explained the world in 100 objects. Early this century, for this newspaper, I got him to write a beautiful part-work about the greatest paintings in British public collections. In all his expositions, he has a genius for using the particular to explain the general.

Nowadays, MacGregor lives in Berlin. From that vantage point, he looks back at his own country. Hence his series, which ran every day on BBC Radio 4...

Neil MacGregor, OM, is not only a great museum director, but also – in as much as British culture tolerates such a thing – a great public intellectual. When he ran the National Gallery, he showed us on television how Christian art saw salvation. When he directed the British Museum, he explained the world in 100 objects. Early this century, for this newspaper, I got him to write a beautiful part-work about the greatest paintings in British public collections. In all his expositions, he has a genius for using the particular to explain the general.

Nowadays, MacGregor lives in Berlin. From that vantage point, he looks back at his own country. Hence his series, which ran every day on BBC Radio 4...