Art History

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

Maverick John Harris embarked on the closest Britain has ever got to an architecture museum

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

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

The great Belgian painter could enliven the most mundane scenes

Rich insights into eras of incessant bloodletting

Critics should not drown this much-needed revival in emotive clichés

Even Dürer was probably a little surprised

The decline of Sir John Lavery’s reputation was undeserved