On Art

Beyond its backstory, ‘Shot Sage Blue Marilyn’ is both one of a series and an image made in part by a reproductive method

En route back to childhood at the Wallace Collection

The UK’s prominence as a place to buy and sell the most prestigious art is under sustained threat

This exhibition at the Royal Academy revels in the artist’s versatility

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

It’s time we appreciated the art of Sir Alfred Munnings

The painter Ilya Repin straddled both Ukrainian and Russian cultures

Cyril Mann’s muse, Renske Mann, rescues the artist from forgotten obscurity

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

Francis Bacon’s turbulent love for George Dyer is visible on the canvas