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The Mysteries of Arles. Biography Dec 1, 2016 2460
Art and artefact: this exhibition reveals Gauguin's curious use of Polynesian motifs in his art. Dec 1, 2011 1045
The stuff of legend: the myths surrounding Gauguin's life and work are explored in this major Tate show. Dec 1, 2010 1168
Cafe culture: Martin Bailey reports on an 'exhibition about an exhibition' that reveals much about Gauguin's artistic development. May 1, 2010 1085
Book of the year: the new edition of Van Gogh's letters is both masterly and moving. Dec 1, 2009 1486
Idol of the islands: in 2002 the J. Paul Getty Museum bought an extraordinary sculpture by Gauguin that had been lost for over a century. Martin Bailey investigates the many mysteries surrounding this wooden horned head. The greatest puzzle of all is whether it really is by Gauguin. Nov 1, 2009 3186
Ploughing his canvases: a large and ambitious exhibition in Basel is the first to provide a full survey of one of the key aspects of Van Gogh's work, his paintings of landscapes. Sep 1, 2009 1131
Klimt in his setting: Martin Bailey visits a bold attempt to evoke Vienna's most influential group exhibition of the early 20th century. Jan 1, 2009 834
The top 20: who are the world's most influential collectors? Jul 1, 2008 3499
Dating the raindrops: Martin Bailey reviews the final volumes in the catalogues of the two most important collections of Van Gogh's drawings. Book review Feb 1, 2008 1261
The father of landscape art: the first-ever major exhibition on Joachim Patinir is a triumph for the Prado. Sep 1, 2007 1193
A friend of Van Gogh: Dodge Macknight and the post-impressionists: despite being widely admired in his lifetime, the American artist Dodge Macknight is now largely forgotten. Martin Bailey reconstructs Macknight's life in Europe in the 1880s and 1890s, revealing new information about his famous friends, including Van Gogh and Sisley. Biography Jul 1, 2007 3986
Van Gogh was father to us all: Martin Bailey visits two major Van Gogh exhibitions, one in Amsterdam and New York, on his influence on Expressionism, the other an ambitious Hungarian blockbuster. Mar 1, 2007 1020
Private masterpieces: 25 paintings in British collections. Feb 1, 2007 5092
Gauguin--and Zaha Hadid: a major exhibition on Gauguin and Impressionism at the Ordrupgaard collection in Copenhagen was overwhelmed by Zaha Hadid's unsympathetic new exhibition galleries, writes Martin Bailey. It should look better at the Kimbell. Dec 1, 2005 1929
Not just oil and canvas: a rich selection of Van Gogh's drawings moves to New York this month, following its showing in Amsterdam. Martin Bailey welcomes this concentration on a neglected aspect of the artist's work, which raises important issues, such as the problem of fading in Van Gogh's work on paper. Oct 1, 2005 1260
Drama at Arles new light on Van Gogh's self-mutilation. Sep 1, 2005 11167
Giving back the loot Nazi-era claims against UK museums: in 2000 the British government set up a panel to examine claims against UK museums by the heirs of collectors whose works of art had been looted during the Nazi era, Martin Bailey explains the background and examines the eight cases currently in process. Jun 1, 2005 2239
Van Gogh the fakes debate. Jan 1, 2005 2316
Why steal a masterpiece? The brutal theft in August of two world-famous paintings from the Munch Museum in Oslo raises the question of why great works of art are stolen, since they are virtually impossible to sell. Martin Bailey proposes some answers, and lists the ten most important missing works of art stolen in the past decade. Oct 1, 2004 4144
Collectors in the shadows. Jun 1, 2004 3807
After the looting was over: one year after the Iraq war, the damage to the country's National Museum is still being assessed. Martin Bailey provides the latest report on international help for the collection, illustrated with photographs by the British Museum's John Curtis, the first foreign curator to reach Baghdad. May 1, 2004 2257
Gauguin in Tahiti: this immensely popular exhibition, which has moved from Paris to Boston, provides a near comprehensive account of Gauguin's work in the South Seas. May 1, 2004 1170
The account Book of Theo van Gogh and Jo van Gogh-Bonger. Book Review Jul 1, 2003 527

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