Phoebe Dickerson is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge. Her research is on the literary treatment of skin in seventeenth-century poetry.

Review: Moroni’s self-conscious sitters at the Royal Academy

Moroni is a master of fine fabrics and awkward expressions

24 Nov 2014

‘Hockney: Printmaker’ at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

An exhibition of Hockney’s prints reveal him to be full of nervous energy and analytical precision

20 Feb 2014

Political Sympathy

The political context of Daumier’s work is important, but doesn’t need over-stating: the humour and compassion of his art speaks for itself

9 Nov 2013