British Art

VW will never catch on beyond Anglophiles — ask not the reason why

It has fallen to Scorsese to rescue the reputation of Powell and Pressburger

‘Peter Grimes’ labours under the weight of national anxieties

A quintessentially English spirit of wry rebellion lives on in two new films

The awards used to be entertainingly eccentric

Owen Hatherley offers a vital but frequently flawed guide to post-war British architecture

Ravilious’s ethereal, understated paintings are quietly dazzling