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Rembrandt: The Late Works review dark, impassioned, magnificently defiant

This astonishing show of Rembrandts late works reveals an artist out of favour, widowed, bankrupt and at his most profoundly original and compassionate.

The Great Fire; Rachel Joyce; Richard Tuttle Review; Ayub Khan Din

With Samira Ahmed. Historian Justin Champion reviews a major new TV drama series set during the time of the Great Fire of London, when the country was at war and there were also fears of Catholic plots against King Charles II.

The Great Fire; Rachel Joyce; Richard Tuttle Review; Ayub Khan Din

With Samira Ahmed. Historian Justin Champion reviews a major new TV drama series set during the time of the Great Fire of London, when the country was at war and there were also fears of Catholic plots against King Charles II.

Was William Morris actually just a pious bore?

By presenting the artist as a hero of the left, the National Portrait Gallerys new show utterly misses the point about his true revolutionary spirit National Portrait Gallery explores William Morris's belief in art for all.

William Morris and His Legacy, 1860-1960 exhibition, National Portrait Gallery

We take a look at some of the exhibits from the National Portrait Gallery's celebration of Victorian designer, artist, writer and visionary William Morris.

Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude - Courtauld Gallery

Egon Schiele (1890 - 1918) is one of the most important artists of the early 20th century and a central figure of Austrian Expressionism. This exhibition brings together an outstanding group of the artist’s nudes to chart his ground-breaking approach du

National Portrait Gallery explores William Morriss belief in art for all

Anarchy and Beauty exhibition features Eric Gills erotic garden roller and Victorian gay socialist Edward Carpenters sandals.

Silent Partners: Artist & Mannequin from Function to Fetish - Fitzwilliam Museum

Silent Partners is a ground-breaking exhibition devoted to the artist's mannequin, that uncovers its playful, uncanny - and sometimes disturbing - history from the Renaissance to the present-day.

Gerhard Richter - Marian Goodman Gallery

This first exhibition at the Marian Goodman Gallery in London, is Gerhard Richter's first London gallery exhibition like this in nearly 20 years. Consisting of 40 works, the display is a mixture of new work with earlier pieces from Richter's career.