Pierre Bonnard painted what he remembered not what he saw, and his enigmatic pictures are ripe with the immanence of decline.
But as performance art it is undoubtedly his masterpiece.
The Spanish baroque painter depicted the senses – and the senses are never more alive than when in extremis.
The illustrator never went to art college, but has a career spanning four decades and an instantly recognisable style that’s made him globally famous.
Female British artists of the 20th century were long subject to an institutional bias.
The history of art is filled with family relationships: but perhaps the most distinguished is that between brothers-in-law Andrea Mantegna (c1430-1506) and Giovanni Bellini (c1435-1516).
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When the war finally came to an end, artists on both sides had to face the problem of how to paint the peace.
Thomas Cole’s pictures revealed to his fellow citizens the majesty of their land while warning them of hubris.
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