Man in the Opera Hat will be used to raise money to protect the ancient Lebanese city of Tyre
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Saturday 15 June 2013
He was in the right place at the right time – so why is Chagall regarded as an also-ran of Modernism?
Friday 14 June 2013
Don’t tell granny but lace is for more than doilies and curtains. Try it on lamps, linens and even ceramics, says Trish Lorenz
Saturday 11 May 2013
Things are looking up – the first Chagall UK show in 15 years
Wednesday 17 April 2013
Celia Paul is the least noisy portrait painter in oils imaginable. Her subjects - which usually tend to be relatives, close friends or herself - exist within a kind of religiose hush of rapt self-absorption.
Wednesday 10 April 2013
Cosmetics heir and heavy-weight philanthropist Leonard A Lauder has donated 78 pieces to the museum
Visual art review: Becoming Picasso: Paris 1901 - Portrait of the artist as quixotic genius and grieving friend
Sunday 17 February 2013
In one year, Picasso staged his first show, lost his soulmate, and forged the giddying range of styles that revealed his pedigree and future
IoS visual art review: 1913: The Shape of Time, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Tracing the Century, Tate, Liverpool
Sunday 25 November 2012
A study of a single year in early Modernism is more insightful than a century of drawing
Monday 30 July 2012
Other nations may have made abstract art famous, but the work from Italy reached new heights of excitement and passion. By Adrian Hamilton
Saturday 23 June 2012
In Patagonia made Bruce Chatwin famous overnight. On the book's publication in 1977, reviewers rightly compared it to Mandeville's Travels, to Alexander Kinglake's Eothen and Robert Byron's The Road To Oxiana.
Saturday 23 June 2012
Russian Museum, St Petersburg
Sunday 04 March 2012
Doctor L's production on Tony Allen's Black Voices made it one of the most innovative albums of 2000.
Monday 20 February 2012
The friendship between Piet Mondrian and Ben Nicholson inspired masterly art as the Courtauld's small but perfectly formed show proves
Picasso and Modern British Art, Tate Britain, London
Mondrian//Nicholson: In Parallel, Courtauld Gallery, London
Sunday 19 February 2012
Two shows demonstrate the irreversible if brief impact on these shores of Picasso's journey to London and Ben Nicholson's pilgrimage to Paris
Monday 13 February 2012
Winston Churchill and Evelyn Waugh hated his work, but Picasso provided inspiration for a whole generation of UK artists, as Arifa Akbar discovers at Tate Britain's new exhibition
Friday 27 January 2012
Every night, after the last visitor to Madrid's Reina Sofia Museum has left, the prestigious art gallery's newest curator flickers into life. The expert is a robot, which has begun the most exhaustive research ever performed on Picasso's renowned masterpiece, Guernica. The mission: to establish the extent of the damage the 75-year-old painting has sustained during its turbulent life.
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