Research experts reject claim in biography that artist was murdered by 16-year-old schoolboy
The man who pays his way
Plus: Hammond Innes's thrillers whose pages don’t turn themselves and falling asleep during Byzantium
This Golden Age silk-weaver's workshop has been refashioned into a stylish guesthouse, says Sarah Gilbert
The Courtauld Gallery, which has brought us a succession of tightl focused small exhibitions in recent years, has come up with another real stunner. Becoming Picasso is the story of the Spanish painter’s arrival – brash, determined and hungry for the bohemian life – in the French capital in 1901.
A Georgian woman who claimed to be 132-years-old - making her the world’s oldest human being ever - has died.
Museum finds secret work - on canvas it thought was worthless
The Tate's scrupulously curated show illustrates the impact on British art of the short-lived Vorticist movement, abruptly ended by a shot in Sarajevo
Publishers battle to bag Morrissey memoir
It's not as odd as it sounds – the deprived south London area is rebranding itself as the capital's contemporary art hub, much like the Parisian district during the 19th and 20th centuries
With bargain courses taught in English, Steve McCormack thinks students should be flocking to the Netherlands
They say imitation is the greatest form of flattery. Which is why a new exhibition in London has decided to exhibit a selection of copies, homages and pastiches of art ‘masterpieces’, in a bid to explore the motivation.
The ever popular Redstone Diary returns with the 2011 version which takes ‘The Artist's World’ as it's theme. This edition follows on from the successful Russian Diary.
Tahiti was only part of the painter’s colourful story
An insatiable desire to get to the man behind the paintings has taken the gloss off Tate Modern's new blockbuster, says Michael Glover