Home is where the art is
A look at the increasing number of artists’ houses now open to the public, and the appeal to restore Turner's house in Twickenham.
Nicolas Poussin, Cassiano dal Pozzo and the Roman art market in the 1620s
Nicolas Poussin’s patrons and his early career in Rome.
The Rococo altarpiece of St Ignatius: Chile’s grandest colonial retable rediscovered
An examination of the Rococo altarpiece of St Ignatius in Santiago, Chile, and of the European influences on this great retablo.
‘Frick buys a freak’: Dagnan-Bouveret and the development of the Frick Collection
The development of The Frick Collection, including unpublished material on Henry Clay Frick’s early taste for the religious and mystical paintings of Pascal-Adolphe-Jean Dagnan-Bouveret.
A new book on Signorelli
A review of Tom Henry’s recent book The Life and Art of Luca Signorelli.
Dating and attributing the earliest portrait of Benjamin Franklin
A re-evaluation of a painting now found to be the earliest known portrait of Benjamin Franklin, added to an earlier figure of a man by Robert Feke (c.1746–48).
A recently discovered oil-sketch by John Constable at the Victoria and Albert Museum
A recently discovered oil-sketch of Hampstead Heath by John Constable at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (c.1821–22), painted on reverse of another sketch of a similar subject.
Book Review (9)
I ‘Libri di Stampe’ dei Medici e le Stampe in Volume degli Uffizi, A. Baroni
Exhibition Review (13)
Saving the Twentieth Century
Bacon/Moore: Flesh and Bone
Ferdinando de’ Medici
The Prato workshops
The patronage of King João V of Portugal
The worldwide textile trade