Royal Academy

William Eggleston is the godfather of colour art photography and a master of everyday America

When the big shows are overrun by the holiday hordes, seize the moment to savour minority tastes

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

Sigmar Polke’s preoccupation with process meant he never captured the public’s imagination

A distrust of politicians and a compassion for working people drove Honoré Daumier’s work

The little-known Australian landscape tradition depicts a vast, brutal yet magical country

Where Edward Hopper found isolation, George Bellows heard the hubbub of modern America

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

A major retrospective of David Hockney’s work at the Royal Academy showcases the Yorkshire-born artist’s love of his Northern homeland

The short-lived Vorticist movement was ridiculed in its day. Now it seems brave and prescient