On Art

Guillaume Guillon-Lethière was an artistic and social pioneer

A provincial folk artist offers an alternative view of Georgian society

The philosophical side of the painter of “matchstalk men” adds to his charm

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

In Brussels, Surrealism lurks in the most unexpected places

CUTE, a new exhibition at Somerset House is a deliciously unsettling stroll down the uncanny valley

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

Holbein at the Tudor Court brings the English Renaissance court back to vivid life