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John Ruskin love triangle scandal still fascinates

IT was the love triangle involving Britain’s leading art critic, his virginal wife and a pre-Raphaelite which still fascinates 150 years on from the scandal.

Galsworthy and WW1: Human Battles on the Home Front - Rose Theatre

Galsworthy: Human Battles on the Home Front is Rose Theatre Kingston's audio-visual exhibition commemorating the centenary of the start of World War I. The exhibition focuses on Kingston's Nobel Prize-winning novelist John Galsworthy and the social campai

Art in the Park - Jephson Gardens, Leamington Spa

For the first time, Jephson Gardens in Leamington Spa is the setting for a contemporary art festival filled with plenty of events for all the family. The two-day event will be showcasing a selection of painting, photography, sculpture and crafts by lo

Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision, National Portrait Gallery

Do we need more? Over the past 60 years thousands of books and bibliographies about Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) and the group of friends, lovers, spouses, partners, children, and houses with which she is associated, have been published, not to mention movi

Kazimir Malevich: prisoner, revolutionary, suspected spy artist

The many lives of Malevich are all in his paintings, now on show in a fascinating retrospective at Tate Modern.

Malevich, review: 'a true modernist icon'

Black Square changed the course of art says Richard Dorment.

Mondrian, Turner Contemporary/ Tate Liverpool

It’s 70 years since Mondrian died in New York, leaving unfinished his last painting, Victory Boogie-Woogie, an ebullient title quite at odds with the buttoned-up asceticism we normally associate with this artist.

Mondrian, Turner Contemporary/ Tate Liverpool

It’s 70 years since Mondrian died in New York, leaving unfinished his last painting, Victory Boogie-Woogie, an ebullient title quite at odds with the buttoned-up asceticism we normally associate with this artist.

Malevich blazed a path into the future

Kazimir Malevich led Europe's most avant-garde movement, says Rosamund Bartlett.

Radical Geometry, Royal Academy, London

Not only New York but other large port cities of the eastern seaboard of the Americas – Montevideo, São Paulo, Buenos Aires and Caracas – received waves of European émigrés in the 1930s and absorbed avant-garde influences to create innovative art f