Michael Prodger

The fault lay in the dirty minds of the viewers, he said

The first Impressionist exhibition was no obscure bit of posturing, but artistic sedition

The Dutch golden age could be anything but for the painters

A rich tale of great artists, pornography and the papacy has made I Modi one of the most fabled of all books

The exhibits missing from the globe’s galleries and museums

The legacy left by art collector and novelist Hugh Walpole

On AI and authenticity

On the surprising legacy of an iconic eleventh century sculpture.

How the loss of vision can both help and hinder artists

British museums and galleries have yet to recover from Covid.