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A new poem by Craig Raine.
When he started “drawing with scissors”, Matisse found a whole new way to overthrow the habitual.
Klee's 50th birthday celebrations included hiring a Junkers aeroplane to fly over his house and parachute down presents from…
The charm of Vermeer is at once obvious and elusive, says Craig Raine. The pull of his paintings are…
It would be impossible to paint “modern life” without touching on the touchy subject of sex.