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John Springs is an artist and illustrator. He was born in Leeds, England. His work has been seen and published internationally.
John Springs on illustrating US Presidents throughout his career
Alexander Larman looks at the life and duty of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who has died at the age of 99
The Prince and the Prime Minister have more in common than we might think
Is the call to rename Snowdon a real grievance or just another case of anti-Englishness?
Have the Duke and Duchess of Sussex traded short-term PR advantage for the sake of their future reputations?
Bullfighting was a lifelong fascination for Francis Bacon and played an increasingly important role in his work, his high-risk approach matching that of the matador
The story of women in third world countries being abused by charity workers recurs with worrying inevitably
On the bicentenary of his death, Napoleon Bonaparte remains a curiously stubborn rampart of cultural history in France and beyond
Paul du Quenoy learns how this enclave for the American elite shifted from swamp to swank in Russell Kelley’s: An Illustrated History of Palm Beach
The Parkour Secretary is just waiting for his call up
How the New Atheists failed to make God go away