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'It's easy to make fun of Baudelaire's increasingly raddled teenage scowl': Tim Smith-Laing on the poet's cantankerous art criticism. Apr 1, 2021 1025
Divine revelation: Federico Zuccari's illustrations of Dante's poem are by far the best, writes Tim Smith-Laing. Feb 1, 2021 1269
'Boccaccio and the Black Death have been doing the rounds'. Jun 1, 2020 953
BEST OF FIENDS: Sculpted or drawn, the monsters of Leopold Chauveau are familiar figures--descendants of the urban beasts of Viollet-le-Duc and Meryon, and as lonely and human as their forebears. Apr 1, 2020 2618
Album charting: A show that reunites so many of Goya's sketches makes for an overwhelming experience. Feb 1, 2020 1199
Stuarts little: An exhibition in Munich explores the less familiar aspects of Van Dyck's work. Dec 1, 2019 1193
Venus envy: Marlene Dumas might have made more of Shakespeare's variation on the myth of Adonis, writes Tim Smith-Laing. Book review Oct 1, 2019 1049
BODY LANGUAGE. Nov 1, 2018 2506
BECOMING BRUEGEL. Biography Oct 1, 2018 3452
Medieval master: This superb exhibition on Johan Maelwael transforms our view of medieval art. Jan 1, 2018 1172
Artists. Interview Oct 1, 2017 2709
Never ending stories: having fired the imaginations of artists since the Renaissance, Ovid's epic mythological poem Metamorphoses has undergone numerous transformations of its own. Apr 1, 2017 3208
Up close and personal: these intimate conversations with manuscripts are full of scholarly insight. Jan 1, 2017 1040
The real Bosch. Cover story Mar 1, 2016 2614
Risky business: the stakes could be higher in this exploration of risk in art. Dec 1, 2015 927
Horrible art histories. Apr 1, 2015 2289
Watery deeps: William Blake drew out the poetic nuances of Dante's Commedia in masterfully handled watercolour. Book review Mar 1, 2015 1025
Signs and wonders: Tim Smith-Laing applauds a lavish facsimile that provides much insight into renaissance Europe. Book review Jun 1, 2014 1108
A lost cause. Mar 1, 2014 3052

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