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The Rock Circus Statues

Bowie, Madonna et al. Do you remember them? Top of the Pops' Rob Cooper on sculptor James Butler and the legacy of Piccadilly's musical royal family

Jane Avril has Left the Building

Join the darling of nineteenth-century Paris as she encounters some friends on the journey home!

Dexter Dalwood: Fictional History

Bellini's The Assassination of St.Peter Martyr inspires one of Britain's leading contemporary painters. Dexter Dalwood in conversation with John-Paul Stonard

A do-it-yourself walk with the Godfather

To coincide with the forthcoming exhibition Turner, Whistler, Monet at Tate Britain, Robert Cumming on Canaletto's London

Arthur Fleischmann: travelling sculptor

Dominique Fleischmann's memories of his father. Follow the link overleaf to the Fleischmann Foundation website to find out more about his life and work

From Botticelli to Bletchley Park

Art critic and writer Robert Cumming draws a parallel between wartime code-making and code-breaking, and attributions in Florentine art

When is a Titian a repe-Titian?

Writer and art critic Robert Cumming asks, with the help of Simon Gray's play Old Masters, what authenticity really means?

Sculptors and their Work

Leading arts photographer Simon Thompson's portraits of artists working with three-dimensional forms: Barbara Foster and David Mach

The Magical Nightlife of the Demimonde

Queen of Burlesque Stella Starr shakes a tassel at Toulouse-Lautrec's cabaret lithographs and tells us what it really feels like to be on stage

Sculptors and their work

Photographer Simon Thompson's series of portraits of artists working with three-dimensional forms: Alan Jones and Peter Randall-Page