Drawing Board

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

Timothy Hyman’s book on 20th century figurative painting, The World New Made

A major exhibition at Tate Britain offers a welcome opportunity to take in a broad view of an artist who reinvigorated art

At a time when partisan feelings are strong, William Meyers’s “Civics” project steps back to look at the problems of common concern

Inspiring Impressionism, at the Scottish National Gallery, argues that Charles-François Daubigny was one of the most important artists of the 19th century

The surrealist Sir Roland Penrose, who married Lee Miller, befriended Picasso, and co-founded the ICA