Serenhedd James

Serenhedd James is an historian based at Oxford, and a regular columnist for the Catholic Herald.

En route back to childhood at the Wallace Collection

There are wonders great and small in the Raphael exhibition at the National Gallery

Perhaps two new church histories have a salutary message for today’s C of E

A poorly-researched rush to judgement in both Oxford and Cambridge may not have served campaigners well

For a limited time, the wonders of Lombardy are in the National Gallery

This gathering of Van Gogh’s self-portraits is as unsettling as it is impressive

For decades, Carl Fabergé cast his spell over Russia and beyond

The National Gallery has surpassed itself, with a little help from its friends

The Tate’s latest offering reveals more about its curators than its art

The Beano magazine retains its quality but not all its character over the decades