The museum, which boasts one of the leading encyclopaedic collections in the US, has reopened – months ahead of unveiling a major expansion
The online platform is inviting anyone, anywhere, to create their own digital exhibitions
The museum in the south of France has spruced up its galleries dedicated to Ingres and now has an entire floor of sculptures by Bourdelle
F.T. Marinetti regarded macaroni-lovers as yesterday’s men. But are any of his radical recipes worth sampling?
Portraits of an 18th-century comedian and the ‘real’ Lydia Bennet are among this month’s highlights
The painting at Royal Holloway presents a more reflective side of the tireless campaigner
Matthew Maty, a leading advocate for inoculation, was also a librarian at the British Museum – and one of its early donors
The jewel in the crown of the city’s palatial complex of museums now shows off its masterpieces to even better effect
Recreating scenes from famous paintings has been all the rage of lockdown, but it’s the Victorians who first played make-believe in earnest
Beads, bottles, broken plates… these scraps of London’s history provide a welcome distraction in a time of sickness and solitude
The critic and curator, who coined the term Arte Povera, played a large part in shaping the art world as we know it
The bicentenary of the founder of modern nursing has a particularly topical resonance, but how did her contemporaries regard the Lady with the Lamp?
An illustrated inventory made for Jean de Jullienne shows us how his paintings were displayed
The artist knew exactly how to cultivate her own image, ensuring her great success – both then and now
The museum makes the most of its French connections in this survey of conduct across medieval Europe and the Middle East
Sequestered in a French chateau in the 1940s, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Jean Arp, Sonia Delaunay and Alberto Magnelli joined forces to create the ‘Album Grasse’
From Victorian spiritualists to contemporary practitioners, there is a long history of art – and drawing in particular – taking an interest in the unseen
From lockdowns to mass burials, the ways we visualise Covid-19 were established by photographers in the late 19th century
From Nikolai Gogol to Susan Sontag, Joan Didion to Olga Tokarczuk: the authors inspiring artists during a time of lockdown
The artist’s designs for Elizabeth David’s cookery books evoke a happy world of fine living and dining
The artist’s fashion etchings hint at the delight in transient pleasures that is so evident in his paintings
What exactly does it take to create an online exhibition? And will such platforms still be of use after lockdown?