Why black art matters — and the joyful Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition

    I was a sceptic, but diversity in art has been wondrous and may be its salvation

    Poussin and the Dance review — the National Gallery brings us the decadent delights of this puzzling French artist

      Waldemar Januszczak has embraced the French artist at last

      Why the Turner prize is an insult to art

        A prize that was supposed to celebrate the best of British artistic talent is now a blighted annual brouhaha of preachy fake news

        You think you know about Frans Hals’s The Laughing Cavalier? He’s not laughing or a cavalier

          Frans Hals: The Male Portrait is at the Wallace Collection, London W1

          Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty review — a heroic or pointless effort?

            The American artist who dared to go against the grain

            Churchill painting: Art? Don’t make me laugh! It looks like a paint by numbers kit

              Landscape by the war leader could fetch £2.5m at auction next month

              Painting is back — is conceptual art doomed?

                Waldemar Januszczak reviews Mixing It Up at the Hayward Gallery

                Bellotto at the National Gallery — paintings in a different league from his uncle, Canaletto

                  Bernardo Bellotto (1721-80) is an indistinct presence in the annals of art.

                  Lucian Freud at Tate Liverpool review — the naked truth is revealed

                    For once a show of the portrait artist’s work that doesn’t feel like visiting a naturist camp — with your clothes on

                    Sophie Taeuber-Arp at Tate Modern — the forgotten genius of artists’ wives

                      They cooked, they cleaned — no wonder it took so long to discover the work of women such as Sophie Taeuber-Arp