Kenneth Clark

James Stourton’s biography of Kenneth Clark offers insights into a life riddled with paradox

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

Alain de Botton tries to personalise the museum experience — but instead trivialises great historical ideas

Two summer exhibitions present differing visions of civilisation

The presenter the BBC chooses to remake Kenneth Clark’s seminal series has a tough act to follow

With his inherited wealth Kenneth Clark amassed an art collection that reads like a museum catalogue