Digital art: the millennial trend

Auction houses have enjoyed a stellar pandemic, but could their online success prove a curse?

Alexander Adams delves into two new books that examine the art theft of occupying armies in two different ages

The Grand National and the culture of horseracing in art and literature

Placing the poems of Pre-Raphaelite muse Elizabeth Siddal in context

Muted celebrations, concerns of relevance and controversial origins — Alexander Larman delves into the RSC at 60

Michael Prodger tracks the story of a lost masterpiece

Bullfighting was a lifelong fascination for Francis Bacon and played an increasingly important role in his work, his high-risk approach matching that of the matador

Do we really need another biography about Francis Bacon? The answer is emphatically yes, says Christopher Bray

The rambling and discursive nature of the writing lends Rupert Everett’s book an enjoyable appeal