The Courtauld’s show of recent works may be uneven but, at his best, the artist is more than capable of rubbing shoulders with the greats
The non-colour may convey notions of innocence and idealism, but it can also denote a darker side
Do photographs of the late Queen’s corgis at the Wallace Collection truly represent the depth of her devotion to this best of all breeds?
The Guildhall’s display of scenes set in the City is a minor curiosity rather than a major diversion
Bold brushstrokes and strong colours add up to a powerful sense of unease in the artist’s cryptically titled portraits of modern Ireland
Victor Brauner was a leading light of the Surrealist movement but, until now, he has been little known in his native country
Aside from the usual refreshments, the city’s taverns offered a highly engineered form of popular entertainment
The artists of Ukrainian modernism have often been miscategorised as Russian, but an exhibition of avant-garde art seeks to redress the balance
Archer Milton Huntington’s collection forms the backbone of the Hispanic Society in New York, but is his vision a hopelessly romantic view from the past?
Theodoor Rombouts was a great assimilator of styles, but he was more than just another of the Caravaggisti
Has Compton Verney uncovered the identity of the mysterious Master of the Countess of Warwick?
A show in Paris reveals there may be more to the French artist’s paintings than meets the eye
This curious film about the painter Edward Brezinski suggests that not all forgotten artists are candidates for rehabilitation
An exhibition in Rome recounts the complicated tale of efforts to safeguard masterpieces across the country during the Second World War
A crowded display sees some 150 works of Abstract Expressionism clamouring for attention, but perhaps this is the point
The artist takes her Golden Lion-winning work celebrating the extraordinary achievements of Black women in music from Venice to the English seaside
The Norwegian American’s trippy sculptures are cult classics in the making
The French national library’s exceptional collections now have the setting they deserve
Robert O’Byrne reads between the lines of the itemised contents of great Irish houses
David Young Kim’s ingenious study of grounds and figures takes the reader on an unfamiliar journey through familiar territory
Eero Saarinen’s marriage to the publicist Aline Louchheim tells us a lot about how the architect made his name
The painter who defined the experience of modern New York never felt quite at home in the high-rise city
An exhibition at the Städel Museum shows that the baroque painter’s idealised figures are certainly an acquired taste