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 – Daumier at the Royal Academy

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