Is D.H. Lawrence’s account of the archaeological sites of Etruria still relevant today?
An ambitious exhibition at the National Gallery traces the productive overlaps between these two Renaissance masters
There are some excellent in-focus exhibitions opening around the world in 2017, including a chance to see Guercino’s frescoes up-close, and a revealing look at the school of Rimini
This superb exhibition makes us look at terra invetriata – a prodigious combination of earth, glass, and fire – through the eyes of 15th-century Tuscans
Xavier F. Salomon explains why he is so keen to show one of Guido Cagnacci’s most important paintings at the Frick
Xavier Salomon’s highlights include Old Masters in Italy, the Le Nain brothers in the US, and a celebration of Hieronymus Bosch in Madrid
‘Goya and the Altamira Family’ reunites five family portraits by Goya and his collaborator Agustín Esteve