The Met’s display of 14 centuries of work from the longtime artistic centre of Japan gives plenty of pause for thought
‘Here is a man who could do whatever interested him in paint’ – on the paintings of Beauford Delaney
After a period of critical neglect the artist is at last in the ascendant, as his great friend James Baldwin always thought he would be
The painter’s once unfairly dismissed late works are full of possibilities he didn’t live long enough to explore
A landmark exhibition puts the painter back where she belongs – at the heart of the Impressionist movement
A new biography of Renoir emphasises the role the painter’s domestic life played in his work
The museum’s new medieval and Renaissance galleries put its outstanding collections in the spotlight and invites fresh and unexpected connections
Influential private collectors were often keen to recreate their own experiences for the benefit of the public at large.