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Departure comes as UK national broadcaster tries to retain confidence of viewers
Spanish gallery displays Titian and Rubens paintings to hint at life after Covid
A list of the museum’s most viewed pictures during the past year reveals that at times of crisis we seek art of feeling
The museum emerges from lockdown tomorrow to unveil a restored Room 32 and a newly acquired Artemisia Gentileschi self-portrait
Move made possible by Wallace Collection’s decision to lend works for the first time
NGX project aims to explore potential of new technologies for museums
Employment tribunal rules art experts are workers in gig economy dispute
Exhibition containing 60 works to coincide with 2020 Tokyo Olympics
A marvellous exhibition shows how two distinct personalities shaped the course of Venetian painting
Gallery directors say each exhibition will focus on a distinct genre and include new work
It would be better for everyone if there were fewer visitors and silence was expected
The Californian is revealed as a Cassandra for our times in a solo show at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
Programme for 2018 also includes Edgar Degas paintings from Burrell Collection in Glasgow
National Gallery director Gabriele Finaldi’s playlist for his train ride to work
Conservators repaired two long scratches on ‘Mr and Mrs William Hallett’ in 10 days
A generous creator of academic and homely spaces who became embroiled in royal row
Tomilson Hill says he will lose $10m on Pontormo masterpiece due to decline in sterling
Five artistic proposals battle to be shown at Trafalgar Square
Van Dyck bought Titian and Degas collected Cézanne. A new show highlights the significance of artists’ collections
National Gallery exhibition explores paintings from the point of view of the artists who owned them
Replica is surprising and beautiful but not triumphal
Sketch shows changes in artist’s intentions for ‘An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump’
Fun of the fair; that Old Master scandal; Tefaf sales; Paris’s auction house porters in court
Three museum-quality paintings are up for auction, but can museums afford them?
A tour that sees the management guru in Goya and Holbein