Manet / Degas

While the two painters had little in common, this show at the Musée d’Orsay shows how they spurred one another to new heights

24 Mar 2023

Cecily Brown: Death and the Maid

The Met explores the British artist’s ongoing interest in still lifes, mortality and mirroring

24 Mar 2023

Dosso Dossi: The Frieze of Aeneas

The artist’s surviving Virgilian canvases are reunited at the Galleria Borghese in Rome

24 Mar 2023

Portraits of Dogs: From Gainsborough to Hockney

Our most loyal four-legged friends are the focus of this exhibition at the Wallace Collection in London

24 Mar 2023

Elizabeth Price: Sound of the Break

Two large-scale video installations in Frankfurt take viewers from the Mitchell Library in Glasgow to a Bronze Age city in Crete

17 Mar 2023

Riemenschneider and Late Medieval Alabaster

Lesser-known works by one of the leading sculptors of the late gothic style go on show at the Cleveland Museum of Art

17 Mar 2023

After Impressionism: Inventing Modern Art

The National Gallery in London reveals how the influence of Cézanne, Van Gogh and Gauguin spread throughout Europe

17 Mar 2023

Hokusai: Inspiration and Influence

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston explores the Japanese master’s long-lasting legacy

17 Mar 2023

Learn how to paint like Botticelli at Villa Lena in Tuscany

The agriturismo hotel kicks off the spring season with a flower painting retreat led by the Florence-based artist Tanvi Pathare

14 Mar 2023

Wangechi Mutu: Intertwined

The Kenyan-born artist weaves together myth and history to examine the legacies of colonialism

11 Mar 2023

Giuseppe Penone: Universal Gestures

The Arte Povera pioneer’s sculptural meditations on the natural world are set amid the opulence of the Galleria Borghese in Rome

11 Mar 2023

Giovanni Bellini: Crossed Influences

The Musée Jacquemart-André examines how the Renaissance master’s style was shaped by his encounters with fellow artists

11 Mar 2023

The Ugly Duchess: Beauty and Satire in the Renaissance

The National Gallery in London looks again at one of the most recognisable works in its collections

10 Mar 2023

In the studio with… Angela Heisch

The Brooklyn-based artist has found that becoming a mother has completely transformed the way she works

7 Mar 2023

Jenny Holzer

The Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in Düsseldorf brings together provocative text-based works from across the artist’s career

3 Mar 2023

Art of the Islamic Worlds

The Museum of Fine Arts Houston makes more room for its vast collection of objects, textiles and paintings

3 Mar 2023

Pastels, from Millet to Redon

The Musée d’Orsay in Paris shows off its impressive holdings of masterworks by the likes of Millet, Degas and Mary Cassatt

3 Mar 2023

Muse or Maker? Women in the Italian Art World, 1400–1800

The Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin turns its attention to the women who shaped the art of the Italian Renaissance

3 Mar 2023

Acquisitions of the Month: February 2023

David Bowie’s archive and the first clutch of NFTs to be acquired by a French museum are among this month’s highlights

28 Feb 2023

Islanders: The Making of the Mediterranean

Artefacts from the lost ancient civilisations of Sardinia, Cyprus and Crete go on show at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge

24 Feb 2023

The Van de Veldes: Greenwich, Art and the Sea

The Dutch father and son were among the most influential maritime painters of the 17th century

24 Feb 2023

Architecture Now: New York, New Publics

Architects imagine new ways of making public space more accessible in the city

24 Feb 2023

Georg Baselitz: Naked Masters

The Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna pairs the German artist’s upside-down paintings with Old Masters

24 Feb 2023

4 things to see this week: the legend of Napoleon

An ornate tea service that was given to the Emperor as a wedding gift and his real-life tomb in Paris are among this week’s highlights

24 Feb 2023