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(detail; 1150–80), Winchester Bible, fol. 148r.

The Winchester Bible in New York

The Met’s display of pages from one of the UK’s most extraordinary manuscripts is a small but perfect show

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Book Competition

‘Paul Durand-Ruel: Memoirs of the First Impressionist Art Dealer (1831–1922)’, by Paul-Louis Durand-Ruel and Flavie Durand-Ruel

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Did Leonardo paint the Mona Lisa twice?

Art Outlook: 18 December

Nine stolen artworks recovered in LA; India and Pakistan share a pavilion in Venice; and a young-looking ‘Mona Lisa’ in Singapore

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'Lucky Strike' (1962), Kikuji Kawada. From the series 'The Map' © Kikuji Kawada / Courtesy of Photo Gallery International

The scars of war: ‘Conflict, Time, Photography’ at Tate

Tate’s exhibition aims not to shock, but to contemplate the lasting effects of conflict on the people and places affected

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‘Wojciech Fangor. Colour-Light-Space’ curated by de Pury de Pury

One of Poland’s most highly regarded living artists presents mesmerising large canvases of shimmering colour

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(1626–33), Jan Raes I, Jacob Geubels II and Jacob Fobert, after designs by Peter Paul Rubens

A Woven Palette: ‘Spectacular Rubens’ at the Getty

Designed by Rubens at the height of his career, these exuberant tapestries are remarkably painterly

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The restoration of Kelvingrove in Glasgow was one of the many projects supported by HLF funding.

Forum: Has the Heritage Lottery Fund lived up to its promise?

Has the Heritage Lottery Fund been a golden ticket for British heritage over the last two decades, or has it invested unwisely?

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'Grand Design: Pieter Coecke van Aelst and Renaissance Tapestry', installation view.

Muse Reviews: 14 December

Tapestries in the Prado, the Getty and the Met; Deller’s take on Warhol and Morris; and immersive works by both Pipilotti Rist and Moholy-Nagy

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The Week’s Muse: 13 December

Attention-seeking museums; Moholy-Nagy’s pioneering multi-sensory art; the Cooper Hewitt; and photography in the Rijksmuseum

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The Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum

Cooper Hewitt Museum reopens in New York

Thanks to a meticulous and inventive renovation project, the US now has a really good national museum of design

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