Michael Prodger

Michael Prodger

Alexander Calder’s mobiles display both a musical stateliness and a satisfying sense of equlibrium    

A Tate retrospective of Frank Auerbach’s work reveals a man doggedly committed to his art 

Joseph Cornell’s shadow boxes are poetic windows on the mind of a man with a restricted life

It is no coincidence that Prud’hon’s beautiful models are closed off from the chaos around them

Henry Moore: Back to a Land celebrates the artist’s devotion to nature’s shape and form

With her husband Robert, Sonia Delaunay was a pioneer of early 20th-century abstraction

A new exhibition tries to resurrect the reputation of Sir Joshua Reynolds

When the big shows are overrun by the holiday hordes, seize the moment to savour minority tastes

The ambition of the British Museum’s Germany: Memories of a Nation ultimately exceeds its reach

Giovanni Battista Moroni was a sharp-eyed portraitist who painted working people as well as the rich