Leonardo is seen as the presiding genius of his age, but his drawings reveal a reassuringly human artist

Having stolen a Klimt masterpiece, the Nazis could only show it if they hid the Jewish identity of its subject

The UK should solve the Greek crisis by offering to buy the rest of the Parthenon

‘Trigger warnings are not merely tools for censoring febrile material for the few, but a complaint about the dominance of Western thought’

Commercial art forms may yet save the Western tradition from its propensity to self-destruction

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

The centenary exhibition of “the art museum for everyone”.

Three decades of erudite correspondence between two of the greatest art historians of the 20th century