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Selfie shtick: For Maria Lassnig, the self-portrait offered infinite possibilities. Schwarz, Gabrielle Jul 1, 2019 1169
Colourful characters: Christopher Baker welcomes the revival of interest in Lorenzo Lotto's quirky portraits. Baker, Christopher Feb 1, 2019 1099
Space oddities: Otto Saumarez Smith puzzles over the architectural fantasies of Jean-Jacques Lequeu. Smith, Otto Saumarez Feb 1, 2019 1094
It's all relatives: Gainsborough's tender household portraits were vehicles for his ambitions, writes Clare Bucknell. Bucknell, Clare Jan 1, 2019 1019
Erik Parker: MARY BOONE GALLERY. Gibson, Jeff May 1, 2018 632
Smithsonian shows off Qajars. Feb 23, 2018 427
Period portraits: Frances Spalding welcomes an exhibition that places Modigliani in the creative context of his time. Spalding, Frances Feb 1, 2018 1122
The Kingston Prize 2017: Contemporary Portraits of Canadians. Dec 22, 2017 509
'He refused to be flattering and wouldn't paint people who expected it': John Elderfield on Cezanne's radical portraiture. Elderfield, John Oct 1, 2017 794
'These two paintings will transform our understanding of Nicholas Hilliard': Juliet Carey at Waddesdon. Carey, Juliet Jun 1, 2017 889
A life in art: it's about time Vanessa Bell was judged on her own merits. Haycock, David Boyd Apr 1, 2017 1053
A wag in a wig: Maggie Gray is struck by the satirical intent behind many of Picasso's portraits. Gray, Maggie Nov 1, 2016 1200
From the archives: an editorial published in August 1963 celebrated Velazquez's mastery, noting the mystery at the heart of his paintings. O'Byrne, Robert Nov 1, 2016 792
A master in Manhattan: the ambitious Van Dyck would have relished seeing his works displayed at the Frick. Hearn, Karen Jul 1, 2016 1140
The making of Moscow: the city's cultural flowering is writ large in this display of 19th-century portraits. Bartlett, Rosamund May 1, 2016 1060
A true revolutionary. Higonnet, Anne Mar 1, 2016 2664
Present tension at Seattle Art Museum: classically composed work in the new exhibit, "Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic," travels through time and culture. Brief article Feb 1, 2016 274
Elaine de Kooning Portraits. Landau, Ellen G. Sep 22, 2015 1668
A social thinker: Sargent moved in intellectual circles but was not a cerebral painter. Hall, Michael Apr 1, 2015 1110
A mechanic art. Barrett, Katy; Dunn, Richard Nov 1, 2014 2165
The present tense. Sperling, Matthew Apr 1, 2014 2353
Bath time: Stephen Lloyd on a superb exhibition that reasseses Wright of Derby's short-lived stay in Bath. Lloyd, Stephen Mar 1, 2014 931
Painting power: this illuminating survey examines Velazquez's defining role in court portraiture. Roe, Jeremy Jan 1, 2014 1082
Capital portraits: the stylistic shifts in portraiture in fin de siecle Viennese painting reflect the changing face of the city. King, Averil Dec 1, 2013 1065
Great Scot! Stephen Lloyd enjoys a tightly focused exhibition marking the tercentenary of the birth of the Scottish portraitist Allan Ramsay. Lloyd, Stephen Nov 1, 2013 969
Man and beast: Laura Gascoigne welcomes a rare exhibition of the evocative paintings of Oskar Kokoschka. Gascoigne, Laura Nov 1, 2013 1073
Fleshed out: David Ekserdjian celebrates the lively artistry of Jacob Jordaens. Ekserdjian, David Nov 1, 2013 1063
Blank faces: when it came to portrait painting, Manet's brilliance often deserted him. Prodger, Michael Mar 1, 2013 1053
In Search of Julien Hudson: Free Artist of Color in Pre-Civil War New Orleans. Picard, Sara M. Jan 1, 2013 1713
George Catlin: American Indian portraits. Dec 1, 2012 771
Bringing casta paintings into the classroom. Stanhope, Sally Report Mar 22, 2012 9107
Societe historique de Saint-Boniface. Brief article Mar 22, 2012 256
Unearthed. Mar 10, 2011 543
Yesterday's modern woman: the French Masters' take on the fairer sex--19th-century style ... Jul 1, 2010 654
The Sacred Made Real. Beattie, Tina Mar 22, 2010 2041
Peter Eugene Ball: religious and secular sculpture. Bonney, Mark Dec 22, 2009 751
Belial in spangles: in November 1975 Barrie Bullen described the 1887 opening exhibition at Sir Coutts Lindsay's Grosvenor Gallery, which sparked a fierce debate about the decadence of British taste. Bullen, Barrie Reprint Jun 1, 2009 478
An English prelude to French art? Constable is not usually thought of as a portrait painter, yet it was a significant theme in his career, as an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London, reveals. As one of its curators, Martin Gayford, argues, these paintings suggest a route that British portraiture failed to take. Gayford, Martin Apr 1, 2009 2029
Anthem for doomed youth? Tate Britain's exhibition of Van Dyck's work for British patrons offers a challenge to the idea that his paintings are simply a celebration of Charles I's elegant, ill-fated court. Wood, Jeremy Apr 1, 2009 1200
Triumph in Rome: Simon Vouet's Italian work reveals his major contribution to the creation of the high baroque. Gash, John Apr 1, 2009 1136
Love and marriage in Renaissance Italy. Stern, Fred Feb 1, 2009 1673
Joseph Jeffers Dodge: A Passion for Art. Murphy, Debra Jan 1, 2009 1643
A lonely old volcano: Wyndham Lewis's masterful portraits suggest that his claim to despise humanity was true. Skipwith, Peyton Oct 1, 2008 993
Native son: visual artist Kehinde Wiley's latest and greatest exhibit, "The World Stage: Africa, Lagos-Dakar," opens this summer at the Studio Museum in Harlem. The artist's journey in creating this prolific body of work has been an exploration in black male identity, representation and self. Jackson, Brian Keith Jun 1, 2008 1478
Emperor of fruit: the triumphant exhibition on Arcimboldo that has just transferred from Paris to Vienna is the first to set this extraordinary artist's work in the context of baroque court culture and collecting. Platzer, David Feb 1, 2008 869
More than milordi: an exhibition opening in London this month reveals Pompeo Batoni to be an artist of great variety and intelligence as well as a portrait painter of supreme elegance. McCaughey, Patrick Feb 1, 2008 992
'The Mirror & the Mask'. Brief article Dec 1, 2007 230
Treasures in Manchester: Giles Waterfield visits a 150th anniversary celebration of the biggest-ever art exhibition. Waterfield, Giles Dec 1, 2007 1051
After Ophelia: Tate's retrospective fully justifies its claim that Millais was the greatest Pre-Raphaelite painter. Poe, Simon Dec 1, 2007 1027
Scott Richter: Elizabeth Harris Gallery. Kuspit, Donald Oct 1, 2007 527
Youssef Nabil: The Third Line. Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen Jun 22, 2007 587
Film noir: on the occasion of Kara Walker's traveling midcareer survey, currently on view at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Carroll Dunham explores the artist's recent--and unexpected--turn to a new medium. Dunham, Carroll Apr 1, 2007 2298
Storm Tharp: Pdx Contemporary Art. Raymond, Jonathan Mar 1, 2007 544
Patrick Lee: Western Project. Hainley, Bruce Mar 1, 2007 538
Private faces, public figures: David Platzer visits an ambitious survey of portraits in the age of revolution. Platzer, David Feb 1, 2007 984
Velazquez in London. Davies, Christie Jan 1, 2007 1751
Art notes: portraits by David Hockney. Brief article Dec 22, 2006 237
Art notes: Shakespeare at new haven. Bruce, Donald Brief article Jun 22, 2006 267
A big splash that trickles away? Beginning with works painted in his teenage years, 'David Hockney Portraits', currently in Boston, is a richly enjoyable exhibition, but, asks Yonna Yapou, does the inclusion of so many weak late paintings suggest the artist had too much influence on the choice? Yapou, Yonna May 1, 2006 1040
A Titan for temple Newsam? The Earl of Halifax's Titian portrait, now on the market for a reputed 50 million [pounds sterling], seems likely to leave the UK--but it could perhaps find a home in Yorkshire. Sep 1, 2005 501
Portraits of another time. Gilmour, Peter Jul 1, 2005 557
Celebrity in 18th-century London: to coincide with a major new exhibition at Tate Britain on the painter Sir Joshua Reynolds, Stella Tillyard asks what fame meant to individuals and the wider public of Georgian England, and considers how much this has in common with today's celebrity culture. Tillyard, Stella Jun 1, 2005 3789
Portrait: George Washington. Brief Article Mar 22, 2005 156
Close encountered. Shiff, Richard Interview Apr 1, 1998 7187

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