Thrilling seascapes … Hokusai’s Great Wave.

Hokusai: the Great Wave that swept the world

He called himself Old Man Crazy To Paint and made his best work in his As his dragons, deities, poets and wrestlers go on show, we look at the obsessions of the poster-boy for Japanese art

Review: Sargent’s Intimate Portraits of Friends at the Metropolitan Museum - The New York Times

John Singer Sargent, Dr Pozzi at Home, 1881 - © The Armand Hammer Collection, Los Angeles

Georgia O’Keeffe’s Magnificent Watercolour Studies

Matisse and the Nun | ARTnews

An unlikely friendship between the stubbornly secular Henri Matisse and his former model Sister Jacques-Marie led to his Chapel of the Rosary at Vence.

Richard Diebenkorn's Cityscape #1 , 1963 (detail)

Richard Diebenkorn, Royal Academy, review: 'a blast of fresh air'

The climactic paintings in this exhibition of the idiosyncratic American artist make the entire journey worthwhile, says Richard Dorment

Detail from a La Tauromaquia etching

Goya etchings found in French chateau are 'once in a lifetime discovery'

Pristine prints of famous bullfighting series stored in old ledger hidden on library shelf could fetch up to at auction

The Other Room (late 1930s) by Vanessa Bell.

Vanessa Bell to break free from Bloomsbury group in Dulwich show

A detail from a self portrait by Bell.

Vanessa Bell: stepping out of the shadows of the Bloomsbury set

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100 years of De Stijl, the most important art movement you've never heard of

Fernand Léger, Mother and Child

All-time-great artists in a show with a rare provenance - Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France, review

All-time-great artists in a show with a rare provenance - Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France An exhibition opening.

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