How the multiple Mona Lisa copies, and their prices, testify to the longstanding fame of the painting and its mystique

Feminist protests put a puritanical limit on the aesthetic quality of nudity

The aim of this new biography is to re-establish this undeservedly overlooked artist

The new Marble Arch reminds me of that Cristiano Ronaldo statue

Despite everything we thought we knew, Nero may just possibly be regarded as a half-decent emperor

An exuberant return to the beleaguered lagoon city

No space for art: how the ICA has been using public generosity to promote political activism

If there’s one thing that unites elite British artists today, it’s that they’re all performatively woke or shamefully silent

We must resist cancel culture and defend freedom of artistic expression

A beautiful book, but a fairly orthodox biography of the Hon. Stephen “Tommy” Tomlin