Nicolaes Maes – the Dutch painter who made a virtue of versatility
This pupil of Rembrandt has often been mistaken for other artists, but is there an unity to be found in his many styles?
Lino sheets and London streets – the pioneers of modern British printmaking
For a brief period between the wars, the Grosvenor School in Pimlico was the site of a printmaking revolution
Shining a spotlight on sculpture in the UK
With an ambitious digitisation project, Art UK aims to foster appreciation of an art form that is sometimes overlooked
A new era at the National Museum of Scotland
The last phase of the museum’s makeover gives its Egyptian, East Asian and ceramic collections a chance to shine
The unsettling domesticity of Jean Cooke
The claustrophobia in this British painter’s work hints at a talent stifled by her better-known artist husband
How high-resolution photography is changing the way we look at art
Advances in digital imaging are revolutionising the study of art history
David Bomberg finally gets his due
The English painter’s work found early success, but has since been unduly neglected
It’s time to recognise the radicalism of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant
A rediscovered set of dinner plates depicting famous women prompts a reassessment of the pair’s artistic collaboration
A new look for Kettle’s Yard
After a major refurbishment, Kettle’s Yard is reopening – but it remains true to the spirit of its founder, Jim Ede
‘An age riven with contradictory impulses’
The Palazzo Strozzi makes the most of the tensions that fuelled the cinquecento’s creative energy
The rich artistic world of Giovanni da Rimini
Very few panel paintings by the Italian Trecento artist survive. Currently, all of them are at the National Gallery in London
The artistic and personal struggles of John Minton
The British artist’s tense canvases are often troubling psychological self-portraits
When artists fall through the cracks of history
Was it concrete or Communism that caused modernist sculptor Peter Laszlo Peri’s slide into obscurity?
Is accessible conservation more than a PR trick?
How sceptical should we be of the move towards a more transparent approach to cultural heritage?
British wartime experience in Italy has been brought to life in London
A nuanced and often surprising exhibition at the Estorick Collection explores British depictions of the Italian frontline towards the end of the First World War
How Michael Andrews breathed life into painting
Abstraction and representation blend effortlessly and mysteriously in Michael Andrews’ paintings, which are on view at Gagosian in London
Wake up Jonathan Jones! British art is not just about Turner
British modernism is having a ‘moment’ and Jonathan Jones is displeased. Why is he so upset, and what does any of it have to do with Brexit?
How classicism took hold of the modern age
An exhibition at Pallant House shows how classicism was a way of reinvigorating modernist experimentation
It’s about time Winifred Knights got some attention
The Dulwich Picture Gallery finally spotlights this British modernist, whose work owes much to Renaissance traditions
Threatened Keith Haring mural says a lot about how we value public art
This is but one more example of the vulnerability of art beyond the gallery walls
Will listing post-war public art really help to save it?
Historic England’s last-ditch efforts to focus public attention on public art
Will the new Istanbul Modern revitalise Turkey’s struggling art scene?
The new Renzo Piano-designed Istanbul Modern is set to open in 2021, but will it signal a return to health for the country’s art scene?