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Weak spirited: an exhibition of Piero's small devotional works pays scant attention to their religious context. Mar 1, 2014 977
All saints: Jonathan Lopez savours an exhibition that unites most of the surviving panels from Piero della Francesca's Sant'Agostino altarpiece. Apr 1, 2013 1026
Landscape as pretext: Jonathan Lopez savours an exhibition that reveals the extent of ambition behind Symbolism. Jul 1, 2012 979
Master of transient matter: Jonathan Lopez reports on the first exhibition devoted to the Dutch painter Cornelis Bega. Jun 1, 2012 969
A jewel restored: the collection of the artist Hendrik Willem Mesdag is best known today for works by the French Barbizon and the Hague Schools. His private museum--overseen by the Van Gogh Museum--has recently been refurbished, revealing the pinnacle of Dutch fin-de-siecle interior design and Mesdag's highly refined tastes. Mar 1, 2012 1730
Faces of the Renaissance: Jonathan Lopez reports on an exhibition of Renaissance portraiture that includes many highlights, but is badly let down by its accompanying publication. Mar 1, 2012 1000
Marvels of 'Magisterium': an exhibition devoted to the medieval cult of relics highlights concepts key to the development of Western civilisation. Jul 1, 2011 1008
Painter of life: Jonathan Lopez applauds an exhibition that reveals why we should look more closely at Gabriel Metsu's painterly skills. Critical essay Jun 1, 2011 1027
Dutch delights: Jonathan Lopez is seduced by the first major show in 45 years of 16th-century master Jan Gossaert. Dec 1, 2010 1074
The iceman cometh: Jonathan Lopez applauds the joy implicit in Hendrick Avercamp's wintry landscapes. Book review Jul 1, 2010 1036
Ringing the changes: Jonathan Lopez welcomes an exhibition that explores the legacy of France's historical revivalism in the 19th century. Apr 1, 2010 1065
Master of light: an exhibition now in Los Angeles goes to the heart of a great genius of still life. Nov 1, 2009 947
Rivals in Venice: an ambitious attempt to chart the way that the careers of Titian, Tintoretto and Veronese intertwined presents all three artists in a novel--and not always flattering--light. Jul 1, 2009 1060
Relaxing on the river: an exhibition focusing on Gustave Caillebotte's depictions of water captures the essence of his art. Jun 1, 2009 900
Pride of place: Jonathan Lopez visits an exhibition at the Mauritshuis and National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, that teases out the meanings behind the 17th-century Dutch tradition of 'town views'. Mar 1, 2009 1000
The light of God: an exhibition of Van Gogh's night scenes opens this month in Amsterdam after its New York showing. As Jonathan Lopez explains, it draws attention to the neglected religious background to these paintings. Feb 1, 2009 953
Out of the shadows: far from playing second fiddle to Rembrandt, Jan Lievens was a virtuoso innovator in his own right throughout his long career, as an exhibition in Washington demonstrates. Jan 1, 2009 1012
The Met after Montebello: Philippe de Montebello, director of the Metropolitan Museum, New York, since 1977, retires at the end of this year. As the museum prepares to mark the event with an exhibition of acquisitions made over the past 31 years, Jonathan Lopez assesses the de Montebello legacy and considers the museum's future under its newly appointed director, Thomas P. Campbell. Oct 1, 2008 1838
Art in an age of ease: an exhibition organised by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and now at the Nasher Museum of Art, makes a bold and persuasive case for the artistic achievements of the neglected reign of Philip III of Spain. Sep 1, 2008 1056
Van Meegeren's early Vermeers: Jonathan Lopez reveals that three 1920s fake Vermeers are by the notorious art forger Han van Meegeren, who, far from being an independent operator, was part of a slick operation of organised art fraud. Jul 1, 2008 4461
National treasure: revered in his native Spain, Antonio Lopez Garcia is little known outside it. An exhibition in Boston could change that. Jun 1, 2008 1250
A skilful charmer: the first exhibition on Karel du Jardin reveals a versatile painter with a taste for the good life. Mar 1, 2008 1015
Protestant virtues: to mark the publication of a catalogue of its Dutch paintings, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is showing its entire collection. Jan 1, 2008 1164
'Gross false pretences': the misdeeds of art dealer Leo Nardus. Dec 1, 2007 5243

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