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A report concludes that buying new works is ‘no more than a marginal activity’ for most art institutions
The Queen’s Gallery’s Charles II exhibition reveals a monarch who shrewdly used art to consolidate his power
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A rich new show of the chameleon-like genius of portrait painting
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We have lost the ability to assess art for ourselves and on its own merits, writes Bendor Grosvenor
There’s a long-established culture of galleries having more art than they know what to do with
Hundreds of the Old Master’s works are still disputed by art scholars – but why are they so hard to authenticate?
Technology is letting us compile, access and analyse information about art in an unprecedented way
I bet that Rubens, when he made his own copy of Titian’s great work, would have taken a photo if he could