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  1. March 18, 2014

    Gauguin: Metamorphoses, Museum of Modern Art, New York – review

    In all four iterations of Gauguin’s woodcut “Manao tupapau” (“Watched by the Spirit of the Dead”), a girl curls into a...

  2. March 14, 2014

    Cézanne and modern masterpieces from the Pearlman Collection

    The Pearlman Collection One wintry wartime day in 1945, businessman Henry Pearlman was walking down New York’s Park Avenue...

  1. March 2, 2014

    Constable: ‘Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows’, National Museum, Cardiff

    Constable’s last great six-footer landscape, begun in 1829 at the home of his close friend John Fisher, Bishop of Salisbury,...

  2. The World

    February 6, 2014

    What's the point of calling for a Nexit?

    Geert Wilders (Michel Porro/Getty Images) Beneath his populist rhetoric neither Geert Wilders, nor most supporters of his...

  3. January 13, 2014

    Foundations pledge $330m to save Detroit’s art from bankruptcy sale

    The city of Detroit may get to keep its works by Van Gogh, Bruegel and Matisse after a group of charitable foundations and...

  4. October 10, 2013

    The Fifth Estate – film review

    Julian Assange: hero of media freedom or, one character’s verdict in The Fifth Estate, “manipulative asshole”? The jury is...

  5. September 22, 2013

    Van Gogh in Paris, Eykyn Maclean, London – review

    Van Gogh believed that “the whole future of modern art is to be found in the south”, so in 1888 he moved to Provence to...

  6. September 9, 2013

    Painting confirmed as forgotten Vincent Van Gogh work

    Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum has announced the discovery of a new work by Vincent Van Gogh, the first in the museum’s 40-year...

  7. FT Photo Diary

    September 3, 2013

    Van Gogh's bedroom

    Peter Dejong/AP “Bedroom in Arles”, painted by Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh, is put on display next to another version of...

  8. FT Alphaville

    August 29, 2013

    Prepare to be assimilated

    Felix Salmon at Reuters has a thoughtful response to our post on the value of unique and how it may come unstuck due to the...

  9. FT Alphaville

    August 27, 2013

    What is the value of unique?

    In Star Trek: the Next Generation there is an episode in which Fajo, a member of the Stasius Trade Guild, kidnaps and...

  10. July 19, 2013

    Light and liberty: Van Gogh, Bonnard, Cézanne, Matisse

    The painter of the future will be such a colourist as has never been,” Van Gogh predicted. That painter would operate in...

  11. FT Photo Diary

    July 15, 2013

    A staircase of ‘Sunflowers’

    Bobby Yip/Reuters Shoppers walk down stairs featuring a 5m-high reproduction of Vincent van Gogh’s signature painting...

  12. May 10, 2013

    ‘Van Gogh at Work’, Amsterdam

    As if to prove that there is no artist more passionately loved than Vincent Van Gogh, Amsterdammers turned out in their...

  13. January 4, 2013

    Lights off for Van Gogh?

    Art conservators worry about the effects of air pollution and light on their paintings. Now a scientific study shows that,...

  14. November 20, 2012

    Ferdinand Hodler: View to Infinity, Neue Galerie, New York

    Ferdinand Hodler is one of those artists who have been lazily marginalised by history because they don’t slot neatly into a...

  15. 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 figures,...

  16. August 31, 2012

    From ‘ism’ to vision

    What Are You Looking At? 150 Years of Modern Art in the Blink of an Eye, by Will Gompertz, Viking, RRP£20, 464 pages On...

  17. August 10, 2012

    Church and states of shock

    For iconoclasm to be fun, somebody a) has to be annoyed by it and b) not be so annoyed by it that you end up being put in...

  18. July 27, 2012

    The power of sights unseen

    When the Mona Lisa was stolen in 1911, more people turned up to stare at the empty space on the Louvre’s wall than used to...

  19. July 15, 2012

    Van Gogh to Kandinsky: Symbolist Landscape in Europe 1880-1910, Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

    Van Gogh was the father of expressionism, Kandinsky the pioneer of abstraction. Both revolutionised landscape painting,...

  20. June 23, 2012

    In the stratosphere

    With the London Olympics coming up, it seems a good moment to think about art-market record-setters. The list of the most...

  21. April 20, 2012

    Prime Provence

    Peter Mayle focused the attention of the world on his home patch of the Lubéron in his best-selling memoirs A Year in...

  22. Material World

    March 22, 2012

    The nominal power of Kraft vs craft

    The news that Kraft, makers of the Oreo so inexplicably beloved by my children, had decided to re-christen its snack food...

  23. March 13, 2012

    Can We Talk About This?, National Theatre, London

    Even the title of this brave, urgent piece of dance theatre contains several implied interpretations at once. Can we have a...

  24. March 2, 2012

    The trickle-down effect

    It is that time of year: time to empty your make-up bag of every stubby-ended eye pencil you’ve saved just in case; every...

  25. February 22, 2012

    Chinese Art in an Age of Revolution: Fu Baoshi (1904-1965), Metropolitan Museum, New York

    ‘Chinese Art in an Age of Revolution: Fu Baoshi (1904-1965)’, Metropolitan Museum, New York Fu Baoshi spent most of his life...

  26. January 23, 2012

    When valued employees face problems

    From Mr Rob Cave. Sir, In reference to Michael Skapinker’s article “Employers need help with the mentally ill” (January 19),...

  27. January 20, 2012

    All the rage

    You Can’t Read This Book: Censorship in an Age of Freedom, by Nick Cohen, Fourth Estate, RRP£12.99, 224 pages Nick Cohen is...

  28. December 24, 2011

    The art market: Hollywood sparkle

    Christie’s Elizabeth Taylor sale in New York went completely bananas last week. Every one of the 1,778 lots sold, raising a...

  29. August 26, 2011

    Good vibrations

    No landscape anywhere is more associated with an artist than the few miles around Aix-en-Provence that take in Cézanne’s...

  30. July 30, 2011

    Seek out rewards of smaller galleries

    From Mr Brian Strauss. Sir, The list of museums devoted to single artists accompanying Rachel Spence’s article on monogram...

  31. July 29, 2011

    Fashion, down to a fine art

    What do Alexander McQueen, Vincent Van Gogh and Picasso share? At first glance, not a lot. But this summer they have become...

  32. June 10, 2011

    An end to legal highs for tourists in Amsterdam

    For at least three decades, Amsterdam has been drawing tourists not only to its Rijks and Van Gogh museums, its pretty...

  33. April 22, 2011

    France gives green light for absinthe revival

    Absinthe, the drink that inspired artists and poets from Vincent van Gogh to Arthur Rimbaud, looks set to return to its...

  34. April 1, 2011

    In the mood for mediocrity

    When your prevalent mood is “I’m-fine-as-long-as-no-one-asks-me-how-I-am”, how best to navigate life? When hard times strike...

  35. April 1, 2011

    Something out of nothing

    “If you want a dirty weekend, go to Margate. You can be as dirty as you like. Van Gogh and Turner, Ronnie Biggs and the...

  36. March 25, 2011

    Why ‘Baby Mozart’ fell on deaf ears

    We got rid of the Baby Mozart video this week and with it went the last vestige of our grand plan to raise child prodigies....

  37. March 4, 2011

    Swiss family living

    Clarissa Brooke-Turner by Lake Geneva with her dogs Bingo and Stella Clarissa Brooke-Turner is founder of online business...

  38. March 4, 2011

    From blue to gold

    Of the eight most expensive Picasso paintings sold, six date from 1901-1905, when Picasso, newly arrived in Paris, was...

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