Drawing Board

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

Crofton Black and Edmund Clark’s book Negative Publicity, which tracks Bush-era extraordinary renditions through photographs and redacted documents, is a compound of elegant presentation and rough stuff

Exploring medieval Italian floor mosaics

Skewering social stereotypes through interior decor

The newly renovated museum for the Duomo’s artistic treasures brings these great works back to life