Highlights, May 2004
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'
Gauguin: Samuel Courtauld's alter ego?
What caused a successful stockbroker to to become a painter of strange unfathomable pictures? Robert Cumming on
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
The Sacred Grove of Bomarzo
In a wooded vale north of Rome lies a fantastical garden. John-Paul Stonard meets its inhabitants
Studying at the Courtauld
If A&A has sparked your interest in art history, find out more about our range of courses from informal Summer schools to diploma and degree programmes
Three Interiors by Guercino
From baking and cooking, to drying your hair: Danielle Carrabino on three seventeenth-century drawings that ennoble every-day life.