If you can’t share a photograph of Marcel Proust playing air-guitar with a tennis racket when it’s the opening day of Wimbledon, when can you?
Famed for his imaginative transformations of the art and imagery of the past, and the subject of our new book, Eric Ravilious’ reputation continues to grow.
Abraham Lincoln is one of America’s quintessential westerners. But Lincoln owed much of his political success, and enshrinement in public memory, to his impact on New York, and in turn, New York’s impact on him.
Royal Indian Portraits, 1840-1932.
With a big thank you to the Design Archives in Brighton, here’s a collection of photographs, posters and drawings from The Festival of Britain to celebrate the publication of Harriet Atkinson’s new book.
Highly coloured, very delicate and beautifully executed, Ragamalas were a form of art that flourished throughout the royal courts of India in the late 1400s, only to dwindle in the 1800s with the decline of aristocratic patronage.
Introducing Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven.
To our mind, Franz Marc is one of the greatest animal painters of the 20th century.