Articles about art
Fashion and Textile Museum presents Art Textiles: Marian Clayden - retrospective exhibition looks at Clayden's work in the field of tie-dye fabrics
Nash Nevinson Spencer Gertler Carrington Bomberg A Crisis of Brilliance has been published to coincide with an exhibition of the same name held at Dulwich Picture Gallery during summer 2013.
Gallery Elena Shchukina is one of London's newest and most exciting art galleries. The latest exhibition, entitled Autumn Bliss, features twenty-five paintings by prominent Japanese artist Kyosuke Tchinai and eleven beautiful sculptures by Katusha Ostroumoff Bull.
The American painter, John Singer
Sargent RA (1856-1925), is the star of the Royal Academy's
forthcoming exhibition, entitled Sargent and the Sea, which
opens on 10th July 2010.
Although best known as a portraitist, Sargent was also an important landscape painter...
Dulwich Picture Gallery presents An American in London: Whistler and the Thames, a major exhibition featuring more than 70 works by James Abbott McNeill Whistler. //
Facing the Modern The Portrait in Vienna 1900 brings to life Vienna's middle-classes as recorded by artists during the years of the Austro-Hungarian Empire - 1867-1918.
An American in London Whistler and the Thames has been published to accompany an exhibition of the same name held at Dulwich Picture Gallery during the autumn of 2013.
This book examines innovations in manufacturing methods, changing tastes and fashion trends in Georgian Britain from tableware to wallpaper and from ceramics to clothing.
In the Georgian era over 1000 babies were abandoned every year. Find out what the Foundling Hospital did to help these children.
1000 Tattoos offers a thorough investigation of tattoos, tattoo methods and tattoo artists. The book looks at the significance of tattoos, who wears them, and why they chose to decorate their bodies in this way.
London's renowned Fashion and Textile Museum presents Artist Textiles Picasso to Warhol. The exhibition charts the history of 20th-century textile design and shows how contemporary art was made accessible to the masses.
Artists' Textiles 1940-1976 charts the history of twentieth-century textiles designed by leading contemporary artists. The book discusses familiar designs and tells us how modern art was made available to mass consumers at reasonable prices.
Mary Hollingsworth, leading historian and expert on Renaissance times, brings the Borgias to life through her fascinating and accessible narrative.
The Discovery of Paris Watercolours by Early Nineteenth-century British Artists has been published to coincide with an exhibition of the same name at the Wallace Collection, London. The book looks at watercolour scenes of Paris by British artists working in the French capital in the early 1800s.
Tate Modern and Tate Britain have outstanding exhibitions, both ticketed and free, planned for 2016. Works by Frank Auerbach, Mark Rothko, Susan Philipsz and Abraham Cruzvillegas are sure to attract large audiences.
London's first ever major exhibition of LEGO sculptures, The Art of the Brick, is on show at The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane.
Giorgio Casali Photographer/Domus 1951-1983 Architecutre, Design and Art in Italy has been written by Angelo Maggi and Itali Zannier. Published in English and Italian by Silvana Editoriale, the book accompanied exhibitions at Centro Internazionale Scavi Scaligeri, Verona, and the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, London.