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Veronese’s virtues in painting

Grappling with his portrait of Greta Moll in 1908, Matisse demanded 30 hours of sittings to produce a likeness of the beautiful young woman, which delighted her but infuriated him because “I had not managed to catch her statuesque aspect”.

Veronese: Magnificence in Renaissance Venice, National Gallery

The National Gallery has produced a revelatory and unprecedented exhibition which shows us an array of paintings from cabinet size to mammoth by a...

Cézanne and The Modern, Ashmolean Museum

Has any artist ever painted an apple that gets as close to the essence of appleness as Cézanne?

Titian trio shine at the heart of Venetian Art show

Ten years on from the triumphant Age Of Titian show, whose 250 exhibits included many borrowed from home and abroad and seen for the first time by the Scottish public, the National Galleries of Scotland's new offering for 2014 is a slimmer version, with 1

Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Art - Scottish National Gallery

This exhibition celebrates the recent acquisition, jointly with the National Gallery in London, of two outstanding mythological paintings by Titian. The purchase of the first of these, Diana and Actaeon, was concluded in 2009, and that of its pair, Diana

Why Veronese produced the happiest pictures in the world

Veronese's work has long been acclaimed for its pomp and celebration – not least by Henry James. Now, the first large-scale exhibition at the National Gallery looks set to expose its drama and depth.

Pop art and beyond

FROM a glimpse of a young Brando in cut-out to the cover for the Beatles’ 1968 The White Album and an image of an Irish prisoner from the “dirty protest” in the Maze… welcome to Tate Modern’s new retrospective, the last exhibition of Richard Ham

Upside down and right on top: the power of George Baselitz

The British Museum's immaculately presented 'Germany Divided' shows the strength of its headline act. Plus two more German shows - Renaissance Impressions at the Royal Academy and Strange Beauty at the National Gallery.

Upside down and right on top: the power of George Baselitz

The British Museum's immaculately presented 'Germany Divided' shows the strength of its headline act. Plus two more German shows - Renaissance Impressions at the Royal Academy and Strange Beauty at the National Gallery.

Art exhibitions in 2014: The Rise of the Regional Blockbuster

Culture24 Editor Richard Moss takes a look at blockbuster exhibitions in London and beyond and asks: will 2014 be the year when the capital is outshone by the rest of the UK?