Drawing Board

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

Photographing a city of buskers

The German artist Käthe Kollwitz suffered darkness and depression but emerges from a show at the Ikon Gallery as an indomitable survivor

There was much more to the life and work of Tove Jansson than her signature creations, the Moomins

Raphael could draw like an angel, as Raphael: The Drawings at the Ashmolean, Oxford, shows

‘”Another day, another cock'” might have been a better title for the 57th Venice Biennale.”

Eric Ravilious and Henry Moore

David Hockney’s 1979 view of the gallery, as told to Miriam Gross

The Dulwich Picture Gallery’s retrospective of Vanessa Bell’s work reveals a spectactularly vibrant artist