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Crossroads — Kauffman, Judd and Morris, at Sprüth Magers

    A superb Kauffman, Judd and Morris show at a Mayfair gallery is a riot of colour, shape and visual poetry

    Waldemar Januszczak in Cremona

      The Sunday Times art critic sings the praises of the Renaissance city that’s home to the Stradivarius

      Rose Wylie; Wade Guyton

        Move over, YBAs. Today’s hottest artists are old enough to be your grandmothers — and they’re anything but shy and retiring

        Monochrome at the National Gallery

          What’s black and white and yellow all over? The National Gallery’s Monochrome show — a triumph for new ways of seeing

          Gauguin l’Alchimiste and Picasso 1932, Paris

            Two Paris shows ignore curatorial negativity about Gauguin and Picasso, and revel in their brilliant

            Charles II — Art & Power at the Queen’s Gallery

              After the austerity of Cromwell, Charles II cheered England up. A lavish show at Buckingham Palace reveals how he brought the monarchy back to glory with baroque bling

              Turner Prize 2017, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull

                This year’s Turner prize show is less a humdinger, more a preachy moan. But one artist rises above it all. The winner is…

                Pride and Persecution: Jan Steen’s Old Testament Scenes, Barber Institute of Fine Arts

                  A new Jan Steen show puts the Dutch artist’s Old Testament work centre stage — for fascinating reasons

                  The miracle of Da Vinci: turning a £45 oddity into a £341m old master

                    The record price paid last week for an atypical work by the Renaissance painter tells us more about hype than value in art

                    Modigliani at Tate Modern: the naked truth

                      Waldemar Januszczak lays bare the capricious impressionist as his work comes to Tate Modern