The UK’s biggest and London’s first permanent digital immersive arts experience to open in Marble Arch this Autumn. Covering 30,000… Read More
A previously hidden sketch has been discovered during examinations of Rembrandt’s The Night Watch. This allows us to look over the… Read More
The Top 5 Exhibitions to see in London this Summer include Isolation, energy, birth, Rembrandt and masculinity.
It’s easy enough to ignore the genre of portrait painting in the age of the camera, but the best examples do plenty apart from that. David Hockney carries on the tradition in his new show at the National Portrait Gallery, but it isn’t hard to find interesting portraits on elsewhere. Here are three…
A cathedral in Ghana, a scorpion / sphinx, Rembrandt, graffiti, urban exploring and stars.
The Rijksmuseum, is presenting High Society. Over thirty-five life-size portraits of powerful princes, eccentric aristocrats and fabulously wealthy citizens by the great masters of art history, including Cranach, Veronese, Velázquez, Reynolds, Gainsborough, Sargent, Munch and Manet.
Gruesome puppetry, dancing, a great wave, rubens, rembrandt, a new gallery and British painting.
A portrait of a man in black 17th-century clothing with a white collar and a hat was unveiled in front of a packed auditorium.
There’s no romanticising the $500m Stewart Gardner Museum robbery of 1990. It was an attack on world culture. Could new footage of the robbers casing the joint help retrieve the masterpieces?
Rembrandt: Juno, 1662-5 Rembrandt is known, of course, for his crepuscular tone and his ability to draw symbolic and emotional… Read More
This weeks top 5 features architectural photography, Rembrandt, Constable, witches and crashing waves.
Robert Clark and Skye Sherwin suggest the best exhibitions to catch over the Christmas period, from Rembrandt’s nudes to the Turner Prize
Every week Kimberley will attempt to combine her knowledge into contrasting aspects of artistic studies: History of Art and Contemporary Art and Theory. Her challenge = to pick a room of the National Gallery, London at random and find a painting there, whether it be Gothic, Renaissance, Impressionist or Medieval in style, to analyse using contemporary theory.
Robert Walpole is recognised as Britain’s first Prime Minister but he was also known for amassing an impressive art collection in his ancestral home of Houghton Hall.
Painting of artist, worth up to £20m, was thought to be later copy
The British artist’s new ceiling paintings featuring a vast network of black stars display a radical vision that fits with Dutch tradition
From a Serpentine celebration of the late Brazilian artist to the reopening of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, here’s your latest Art Weekly dispatch
It has been a while since I last attended an ‘inspiration’ exhibition – one which charts the influence of one artist over another………