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    1. June 7, 2016

      What would you buy for your dream museum?

      The art world was stunned when Rudolf Staechelin sold Gauguin’s 1892 “Nafea faaipoipo” last year, almost certainly to...

    2. May 20, 2016

      Interview: Frances Morris, Tate Modern’s first female director

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    1. April 22, 2016

      Turner is new face of £20 note

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    2. April 1, 2016

      Gustave Caillebotte exhibition at Giverny

      Many paths span out from the Royal Academy’s current Painting the Modern Garden blockbuster exhibition, and one of the...

    3. February 28, 2016

      Impressionism: Capturing Life, Bath — ‘allegiances, influences, tensions’

      “The women here are almost all beautiful, and many even have in their charms that touch of ugliness without which there...

    4. February 18, 2016

      Auction houses: Art market on the block

      It was turning into a bad night for Henry Wyndham. The normally urbane chairman of Sotheby’s Europe was taking the...

    5. January 28, 2016

      Impressionists and gardens at The Royal Academy

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    6. January 26, 2016

      Royal Academy counts on Monet magic

      A new exhibition in London on the influence of gardens on artists reunites a triptych of water lilies by Claude Monet...

    7. November 12, 2015

      Big-money trophies obscure a mixed picture in the art market

      When a painting by Amedeo Modigliani sells to a recently minted Chinese billionaire for $170.4m — as happened this week...

    8. November 9, 2015

      New York art auction sounds gloomy note

      More than half of the works at Phillips’ 20th Century and Contemporary Art auction sold below their estimates, if they...

    9. September 7, 2015

      John Wilson Orchestra, BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall, London — review

      Canaletto left us panoramas of Venice, Constable rural scenes of Suffolk, Monet paintings of his home at Giverny. In...

    10. June 23, 2015

      Global trend in art market drives up prices

      International art collectors are buying outside familiar genres and across regional boundaries, driving up prices for...

    11. February 22, 2015

      Homage to Manet, Norwich Castle Museum and Gallery, Norwich, UK — review

      How do you make a serious exhibition about Manet with just one of his paintings? In Norwich, the curator Heather...

    12. February 20, 2015

      Paul Durand-Ruel: pioneering art dealer

      ‘Inventing Impressionism’, National Gallery, London Paul Durand-Ruel set out to create value for something that no one...

    13. February 16, 2015

      Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends, National Portrait Gallery, London — review

      When John Singer Sargent showed his first portraits, Henry James marvelled that his fellow American expatriate...

    14. January 27, 2015

      Claude Monet paintings go to auction at Sotheby’s

      Five paintings by Claude Monet with a combined estimated value of £70m will be auctioned next week, including a view of...

    15. October 17, 2014

      The Slow Lane: World leader in the art of living

      France-bashing is such a long-established Anglo-Saxon pastime that the latest outbreak, sparked by a remark by the...

    16. September 23, 2014

      Pierre Huyghe: In. Border. Deep, Hauser & Wirth, London – review

      Ignoring the old adage about the things one should never work with, Pierre Huyghe is an artist who works with animals....

    17. September 18, 2014

      Magic in the Moonlight – film review

      The simpering, tinselly title induces dread. But Woody Allen’s Magic in the Moonlight is not quite the coy bauble...

    18. August 26, 2014

      American Impressionism: A New Vision, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh – review

      The American painter Mary Cassatt objected to being described as an Impressionist on the grounds that she was an...

    19. July 20, 2014

      American Impressionism, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh

      “My God, I would rather go to Europe than go to Heaven,” American painter William Merritt Chase told the New York Times...

    20. July 18, 2014

      American Impressionism, Edinburgh

      “My God, I would rather go to Europe than go to Heaven,” American painter William Merritt Chase told the New York Times...

    21. July 11, 2014

      Letter from Lex: organisation and artistry

      Defining the right shape and structure for a company is more of an art than a science. If so, this week has seen plenty...

    22. December 29, 2013

      A World of Private Mystery: John Craxton, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK – review

      For a few months in wartime London two 19-year-old artist friends shared a studio in the St John’s Wood area. Equal in...

    23. September 6, 2013

      Renoir treasures for sale and London’s new art district

      Renoir’s glasses, his marriage certificate, masses of correspondence including letters from Monet and Manet,...

    24. August 11, 2013

      Masters of Impressionism, Burrell Collection, Glasgow

      Shipping magnate William Burrell collected almost everything – Chinese ceramics, Persian rugs, medieval weaponry, the...

    25. The World

      July 19, 2013

      Smart Reads July 19, 2013

      ♦ Detroit became the largest US city to file for bankruptcy. Time magazine looks at the decay of the city. The...

    26. July 2, 2013

      The Extraordinary within the Ordinary, Versailles – review

      The Palace of Versailles may seem a grand place in which to exhibit some photographs of a small plot of land in the...

    27. May 10, 2013

      The global art-goer

      There’s a scene in the cult coming-of-age comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986), in which the truanting Ferris and his...

    28. January 1, 2013

      George Bellows, Metropolitan Museum, New York

      I suspect I would have liked George Bellows. He was, by all accounts, a charming, adventurous man. His paintings, now...

    29. December 14, 2012

      The old-new thing

      Artists have always looked to the past. Even the anarchic YBAs of the 1990s, with their unmade beds and their...

    30. November 7, 2012

      Mickalene Thomas: Origin of the Universe, Brooklyn Museum, New York

      In the past few years, Mickaline Thomas’s work has taken a panther’s leap forward, from shallow, restrained portraits...

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      October 3, 2012

      Homegrown software fuels Mexican exchange's efficiency

      There were a few nerves jangling at Mexico’s stock exchange last week. One well-publicised reason had to do with the...

    32. September 5, 2012

      Van Gogh to Kandinsky, Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

      In 1888, a young French painter called Emile Bernard painted a cycle of Breton landscapes. Often peopled by female...

    33. January 13, 2012

      Blue-sky painting

      Five years ago David Hockney, back in Britain after several decades living in Los Angeles, painted a 12-metre landscape...

    34. October 7, 2011

      The Friezing art of selling

      Upmarket developers have long been aware that to leave a house undressed is as risky as, well, leaving the house...

    35. July 1, 2011

      First Person: James Priest

      I’ve always been a gardener. I grew up on Merseyside and we had a large garden – my father used to run gardening...

    36. April 28, 2011

      Dual nationality

      ‘The Wedding’ (1911): a cubist reworking of a folkloric Russian canvas The first museum of modern art in France was...

    37. April 8, 2011

      Manet of the moment

      ‘At the Beach’ (1873) Monet or Manet; heart or head; impressions or ideas: this is a battlefield that every generation...

    38. November 12, 2010

      Jackie Wullschlager on the Monet and Gérôme exhibitions in Paris

      ‘Serpent Charmer’ (c1870) by Jean-Léon Gérôme In 1866, Claude Monet depicted his lover Camille Doncieux in a bright...

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