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Picture of the week archive
The Calvary at Tronoen. Sited within walking distance of the sea, it dates from between 1450 and 1470 and shows scenes including the Annunciation, Nativity, Last Judgement and Crucifixion
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Calvary
Highlights, April 2020 archive
Exclusive interview with Jack Vettriano and preview of a new work, Laura Thatcher of ENO on stage sets, plus Constantin Guys and fashion, Impressionist dealers and collectors, Goya, and Rubens' oil sketches
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Courtauld Insights more insights
Capturing Modern Life
Capturing Modern Life

Can fashion encapsulate the difference between absolute and ephemeral beauty? Nicola Harding on Constantin Guys and the Language of Dress
Impressionist Dealers and Collectors
Impressionist Dealers and Collectors

Rebecca Virag on the people who created markets for the works of Monet, Degas, Cézanne and Renoir
Spontaneity and Intention
Spontaneity and Intention

From private, personal works to grand designs - Stephanie-Suzanne Durante on Rubens' use of the oil sketch and its place as a work of art in its own right
Stories more stories
Jack Vettriano on Forain
Jack Vettriano on Forain

A watercolour by John-Louis Forain inspires a rare interview and preview of a new work from Britain's most popular living artist
Stage Designs
Stage Designs

Laura Thatcher, Stage Manager of English National Opera on the illusion of theatre
Goya: Portrait of Francisco Saavedra y Sangronis
Goya: Portrait of Francisco Saavedra y Sangronis

Even exceptional artists have bad days. Art critic Robert Cumming on a work by Goya and two very different politicians
Quizzes, Polls & Discussions more quizzes
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Quizzes
Watercolours - estimate their value
Guess the detail and win a Gallery guide!

Polls & Discussions
Curators vs. Public - who's right?
Image Sets more sets
Insights into Art History study day for young people aged 16-18.

19.02.2020
Drawing on Art History
Insights