Art

The Gurlitt affair looked as if it might be unpicked but it has proved intractable

Jacob Willer examines the extravagant claims made about an Italian painter hailed as the saviour of revivalism

Alexander Larman remembers his time with the decadent author, Sebastian Horsley, 10 years after his death

If the Institute of Contemporary Arts wants to be in the vanguard of “social justice” activism should it retain its charitable status?

The sale of dusty, unloved artworks offers museums a financial lifeline, but is fraught with danger

Michael Prodger says deaccession has been given tacit approval abroad

The work of two fine artists is gaining belated and well-deserved recognition

Spanish flu killed Schiele and Klimt. Their art sensed the brevity of life and the doom of their society

And what is oligarch money doing to the art world?

Christopher Bray reviews Warhol by Blake Gopnik