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Constable: The Making of a Master review a feast of a show

Constable didnt just find inspiration in wild seas and brooding skies. As a new show illustrates, he steeped himself in the old masters and tried to outdo them.

Constable was more than a reactionary fuddy-duddy

Mocked in his lifetime, John Constable is one of the true greats of British art, says Alastair Sooke.

Anselm Kiefer, Royal Academy, review: Is he our greatest living artist?

The sunflowers are over for another year: the confident golden heads have drooped, their sunny countenances giving way to a black scowl.

Inside Anselm Kiefer's astonishing 200-acre art studio

Steampunk shipping containers, planes full of sunflowers and triptychs the size of squash courts Michael Prodger visits the place that's produced some of the most extraordinary artworks of the last century.

The Tudors as we've never seen them before

The National Portrait Gallery has revealed what the Tudor monarchs really looked like - and it's fascinating, says Alastair Smart.

Turner at Tate Britain

A revelatory exhibition captures the turbulence, pessimism and visionary joy of the artist’s creativity as he approached the end of his life.

Turner’s late paintings at Tate Britain

A selection of works from ‘Late Turner – Painting Set Free’.

Turners silent partner

Wow, what a stunning Turner painting (Peace – Burial at Sea, 1842, illustrating Jonathan Jones’s review of Late Turner at Tate Britain, 9 September).

A Most Wanted Man, Eliasson and Turner at Tate, Breeders

Philip Seymour Hoffman's final film A Most Wanted Man, based on the novel by John le Carré, is reviewed by Mark Eccleston; Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson discusses his exhibition influenced by JMW Turner at Tate Britain with Kirsty Lang, and cri

A Most Wanted Man, Eliasson and Turner at Tate, Breeders

Philip Seymour Hoffman's final film A Most Wanted Man, based on the novel by John le Carré, is reviewed by Mark Eccleston; Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson discusses his exhibition influenced by JMW Turner at Tate Britain with Kirsty Lang, and cri