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A 14th-century hunting manual offers a vision of the ideal relationship between man and nature.
Labour's belief that all it will take to win the by-election is to pin a red rosette on a doctor shows how patronising the party has become.
Jacques-Louis David painted his only landscape as the guillotine loomed over him.
How Atkins’s striking cyanotypes found wonders in the minutiae of the natural world.
This stunning book of photography sets out to inspire us to take more interest in where and how we buy our food.
The young artist’s nights of dissipation were at odds with the sunny fecundity of his landscapes.
In the 1930s, the creator of Maigret travelled the world as a journalist. His photographs reveal an artistic sensibility captivated by the camera’s ability to stop time.
How Hubert Robert assembled new worlds with the tumbled remains of the classical past.
How the Flemish painter was the first to make landscape the real subject of his art.
Despite his immense success as an illustrator of children’s classics, the artist longed for respect as a painter.
The artist’s output was vanishingly small, but extremely carefully composed.