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It is time our major art institutions address the mucky business of money.
The landscape paintings by the Renaissance botanist show a man who revelled in the countryside.
The grandest of all Victorian artists was most himself painting silvers of nature.
For Francis Towne, seeing the landscape with a clear eye was more important than being stirred by it.
Following cuts as a result of the pandemic, Tate employees are striking this week for the first time in the company's history.
The revival of relief printing from wood was spurred by Paul and John Nash and later Eric Ravilious, but also many women artists. The most original of them was Gertrude Hermes.
The maps surveyors drew in the 16th century not only show a new attention to the specifics of the landscape, but can be beautiful objects in their own right.
Europe’s largest arts centre will look to further commercialisation to recover from the coronavirus crisis.
It has been a decade since the UN recognised access to water and sanitation as a basic right. The charity WaterAid commissioned ten artists to illustrate the impact these services have on people's lives.
Mimi Mollica’s film noir-style shots of the city create a haunting, menacing landscape.
How Friedrich’s late masterpiece, The Great Enclosure, offers us a glimpse of the artist’s inner life.