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Inexplicably, sometimes after decades of neglect, finally the ship comes in for a major artist. When I was a student, Titian was a curious lacuna for scholars, but then his explosion was triggered by the three-volume catalogue of Harold Wethey and by t...
John Lennon once said of David Bowie: ‘I never really knew what he was, and meeting him doesn’t give you much more of a clue, because you don’t know which one you’re talking to’. With ‘David Bowie is’, the...
Abstract art has just turned 100 years old and the time to celebrate is now. It is rare for the beginning of any style or movement to be dated so precisely. Yet we can say that abstraction began around 1912 with the breakthrough paintings of Wassily K...