National Gallery

The Viennese Secessionists brought a pioneering introspection to their bold new portraiture

Music is integral to the National Gallery’s Vermeer show, perfectly representing the arc of life itself

The National Gallery’s new show, Seduced by Art, celebrates the lasting influence of photography’s earliest pioneers

Sterling Clark’s collection of French art, on show at the Royal Academy, is as appetising as it is unfamiliar

The National Gallery’s new Leonardo show illuminates his quest for painterly perfection

Two summer exhibitions at the National Gallery throw light on heaven and earth

Stendhal loved Lawrence, Thackeray thought his work tawdry. An NPG exhibition gives us a chance to decide

If you think that painting hanging in a dark corner of your house is worthless, think again