On Art

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

A new exhibition revels in the intricacies and drama of architectural drawings — and the ruins of buildings they leave behind

The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an incongruously perfect backdrop for this artist of twentieth century Americana

A new exhibition at the Barbican sheds light on the forgotten decade

This exhibition shows the world of the impressionists beyond their most famous paintings

A new Louise Bourgeois exhibition revels in the difficult femininity of her work

The many women in white at the Royal Academy are just one aspect of Whistler’s brilliance

Ravilious’s ethereal, understated paintings are quietly dazzling