The great Gothic cathedral has inspired innumerable artists and writers over the centuries
Flaunted in public and pored over in private, the portraits of Nicholas Hilliard and Isaac Oliver encapsulate their age
An ancient ceremonial site at Lake Titicaca offers a glimpse into the lives and faith of a pre-Inca people
Grayson Perry’s Brexit vases and Tarsila do Amaral’s moon painting have entered public collections recently
The new arrival at Hudson Yards unites the performing and visual arts under one $500m roof
The late British painter was influenced by Bonnard and Matisse – and had to hide her work from her artist husband, Roger
Memories of his life in Switzerland pervade the paintings of Antonio Ligabue, who was expelled from the country in 1919
The mystery of aesthetic experience is perhaps even greater than that of the human brain
An exhibition devoted to Krishna Reddy and awards for emerging Indian artists are among recent highlights in the city
The Valencian painter is little known in the UK, but a survey at the National Gallery is set to change this
Remembering the pioneering director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, who led the museum from 1978 to 2011
John Richardson was lavish, louche and learned – and one of the great characters of New York
There’s plenty to see throughout the Low Countries this month – from Van Gogh and Hockney to the Dutch Caravaggisti
The world’s tallest statue now stands in Gujarat and even taller statues are planned in other states. What does this say about India today?
A Peter Doig landscape, a Banksy banknote, and a rare Rembrandt have entered public collections recently
The new Musée de la Romanité in Nîmes makes the most of the city’s classical past
The painter’s commitment to white taught us new things about colour and about painting itself
The museum founded by Leopold II has reopened after a five-year closure and rethought all its displays. Has it gone far enough?
The under-representation of women by commercial art galleries helps depress their prices. How can this change?
The Museum of Jurassic Technology is full of natural and man-made curiosities that inspire genuine wonder
The bicentenary of the great Victorian critic’s birth is an occasion to consider how well his ideas have stood the test of time
With an ambitious digitisation project, Art UK aims to foster appreciation of an art form that is sometimes overlooked
John Ruskin, Paul Nash and a host of more recent artists have found geology a rich seam to mine
The British sculptor was a great talent in his own right and a dedicated teacher