In a series of short films, Jonathan Jones takes a therapeutic virtual tour of some of the greatest treasures in our locked-down museums, from Rothko’s cosmic grandeur to Turner’s eternally hopeful sunrise
One of spring’s biggest trends is duo-toning – wearing two contrasting hues. Art critic Jonathan Jones explains how 17th-century colour theory is influencing your wardrobe
Gabriele Finaldi is right. The Tate shouldn’t have exclusive access to 20th-century art. It’s time to end these closed-minded historical art wars
On Monday, Modigliani’s Reclining Nude joined an elite band of artworks that have commanded over $150m at auction or private sale – but are they worth it?
As a new show at the National Gallery explores the influence of Paul Durand-Ruel, the dealer who ‘made’ the impressionists, Rachel Cooke highlights other great patrons and collectors
It is a new era of excitement and engagement about art and for art. Art business globally shows no signs