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"Food in Painting loads its table with good things to see. The analysis is shrewd; the commentaries incisive; the illustrations . . . suitably mouth-watering. From still-life to Surrealism, Bendiner shows the variety of symbolic flavours in food-themed art. However, unlike many art historians, he's not so blinded by symbolism that he fails to savour all the evidence about changes in diet, cooking and taste. A visual and mental feast."