National Gallery

Van Dyck, Reynolds and Degas had more than talent in common: they also collected other painters’ work

The National Gallery’s show is a treat for a country with a modest collection of the artist’s work 

How America saved the French Impressionists

The pugnacious and perennial bad boy and his ego

Giovanni Battista Moroni was a sharp-eyed portraitist who painted working people as well as the rich

As a National Gallery exhibition shows, the artist refused to be broken by bereavement and bankruptcy

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

Variations in the paint used by artists tell an often ignored story of science, trade and ingenuity

Veronese has been hiding in plain sight. The pomp and drama of his vast works deserve a closer look

A new exhibition at the National Gallery brings together two radiant versions of Van Gogh’s sunflowers