The most eminent victorian of them all
The Royal Academy’s exhibition of Klimt and Schiele drawings from the Albertina is erotic, manic and morbid
A dream of Camelot: the ethereal genius of Edward Burne-Jones
The first exhibition for thirty years on Roderic O’Conor, Ireland’s post-impressionist
There is, or should be, no question about his being great. But there are also so many things about Delacroix’s art that today seem off-putting, even repulsive.
The magnificent exhibition of Mary Cassatt’s work currently on show in Paris demonstrates her clearly feminine sensibility and staggering skill
For much of his life, Auguste Rodin suffered from an undiagnosed complaint: an ailment the Germans call Ruinenlust
Why is the BBC’s Civilisations such a mess?
Emil Nolde is a curious and paradoxical artist: a supporter of the Nazis, who in turn proscribed his pictures as “degenerate art”
From martinet to martyr at the Royal Academy’s show examining the art collection of Charles I