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Dance Looks to Art for Inspiration

Choreographer Quinny Sacks on how paintings and sculptures have inspired her work, including dance pieces for the film 'Troy'

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Gauguin: Samuel Courtauld's alter ego?

What caused a successful stockbroker to to become a painter of strange unfathomable pictures? Robert Cumming on Nevermore

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Sculptors and their work

A series of specially commissioned photographs showing artists who work with three-dimensional forms. This month: Franko B and Mark Hosking

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Art as a Start

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen visits the Courtauld Gallery and muses on what paintings can teach us about Interior Design

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Pesellino: The Annunciation Diptych

Art critic and writer Robert Cumming guides us through the story and symbolism of one of the less well-known works in the Courtauld Gallery

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Affordable and better housing

In the first of a two-part story Wayne Hemingway explains to Richard Wilding how his early interests in architecture led to the Staiths South Bank project

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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

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Stage Designs

Laura Thatcher, Stage Manager of English National Opera on the illusion of theatre

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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

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Sculptors and their work

Leading arts photographer Simon Thompson's portraits of artists working with three-dimensional forms: Nigel Hall and Artlab