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Why we are all Nighthawks in the age of Covid.
In the world of Atkinson Grimshaw it is always autumn or winter, always evening, and the rain has just passed through.
A refugee displaced by the First World War, de Saedeleer found both home and inspiration in the valleys of Aberystwyth.
Brighton-based photographer Zoe Childerley spent five years meeting with artists who live around the Mojave Desert.
Since it was unveiled in north London, a new sculpture commemorating the feminist pioneer has found itself at the centre of a fierce debate. Why?
The defining images of the week selected by our creative editor.
A new retrospective of Michael Clark explores the dancer's legacy as both maverick and muse.
In the only landscapes he painted, the Romantic artist was unable to hide his many troubles.
It is time our major art institutions address the mucky business of money.
The philosophical landscapes of Lucian Freud's lesser-known contemporary.
The landscape paintings by the Renaissance botanist show a man who revelled in the countryside.