The Bowes Museum Will Host Jonathan Yeo’s New ExhibitionThis spring, The Bowes Museum will host Jonathan Yeo’s new exhibition: Skin Deep.
Winston Churchill: The Artist Behind the PoliticianWinston Churchill's work—although viewed as amateurish during his time—is well crafted and comparable to the great impressionists.
Looking Past the Moomins: Tove Jansson’s Newest UK ExhibitionFrom 25 October until 28 January, the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London will be casting a net of intrigue as Tove Jansson’s newest UK exhibition comes to life.
Dali and Duchamp: An Unlikely FriendshipThe Royal Academy’s new exhibition—Dali/Duchamp—unveils the fascinating backstory of an unlikely friendship between two of the greatest artists of the 20th Century.
A History of the Colour GreenWe dive into the world of green - why is is such a hard pigment to come by?
Loving Vincent: Van Gogh’s Stunning BiopicLoving Vincent (2017), a project that has been six years in the making, is the first fully painted feature film in history. The motion picture puts the life of the iconic artist, Vincent Van Gogh, under the microscope.
A History of the Colour BlueThe colour blue has been an important part of art and paintings for centuries; Arts & Collections takes a look at its history.
Edvard Munch: Human Vulnerability and Emotional SufferingEdvard Munch (1863-1944) was a Norwegian painter and printmaker. He is widely admired for his most famous artwork, The Scream (c.1893), although avid art enthusiasts know him to be one of the most prolific and influential figures of modern art.
Picturing Prince: Steve Parke’s New ExhibitionRunning from 9 November to 3 December, Picturing Prince: Photographs by Steve Parke will allow viewers to see the musical artist from a truly unique perspective.
The Latest Must-See Exhibitions in VeniceWe explore the latest exhibitions in Venice that shouldn’t be missed by anyone visiting the area.
A History of the Colour YellowWhile the popularity of the colour yellow has somewhat been revived in recent times, the hue itself isn’t new.
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