Esther Chadwick is a lecturer at the Courtauld Institute of Art.
William Blake at heaven’s gate
What did William Blake really see when he looked at the Sussex landscape?
20 Mar 2018
Women printmakers make a good impression in New York
Was there a distinctly ‘female’ printmaking in this period? Not really – but that’s what’s so interesting
7 May 2016
Richard Serra’s monumental move in Washington, D.C.
Esther Chadwick watches Richard Serra’s monumental Five Plates, Two Poles move into a new home at the National Gallery of Art
21 Dec 2015
The Masterpiece podcast: episode three
This episode explores an ancient funeral stele, Marie Antoinette’s breast bowl, and how digital technologies are helping to preserve Egyptian heritage sites
‘A good business, like a family, needs a myth’
For 300 years, the Plantin-Moretus family in Antwerp ran one of Europe’s most important printing presses