Author

Laura Gascoigne



Other articles by this author

  1. History made personal
  2. For the pure love of it
  3. Inside out
  4. Madonna, the movie
  5. Sacred art in which England led the world
  6. Speaking truth to nature
  7. Going to town on an ideal
  8. Verse on canvas
  9. Stop the clocks
  10. Recycled and born again
  11. A nativity melting pot
  12. Showing the invisible
  13. Sun, snow – and war
  14. Northern exposure
  15. Belief in the future
  16. Mary Magdalene: fact and fantasy
  17. Lenten landscapes
  18. A religion of things
  19. Renaissance rivals
  20. In the frame with Caravaggio
  21. Core values
  22. Benedictine beatnik: Dom Sylvester Houédard was both a monk and a leading avant-garde poet and artist
  23. Common language
  24. The artist who couldn’t say no
  25. Out from the shadows
  26. Blessed are the peacemakers
  27. Tiny treasures
  28. In God’s image? Transcendent artist of new beginnings
  29. An English field that is for ever Poland: the art of Britain's biggest migrant population
  30. Head and shoulders above the rest: pencil vs camera in portraiture
  31. Art and soul: an interior journey
  32. All in the mind: art can teach valuable lessons about mental health
  33. Beauty behind pain
  34. Art for Gods’ sake: visual messages from five religions go on show at the Ashmolean Museum
  35. A remarkable woman in the Arts and Craft movement steps out from the shadows
  36. In the shadow of the Towers: How art spoke to extremist acts
  37. Old Testament panto
  38. Romance and reality: Modigliani at Tate Modern
  39. The art of Christmas 2
  40. Royalty, Renaissance and Rembrandt
  41. The seduction of seclusion
  42. Under foggy skies: French views of the UK capital
  43. Catholic tastes of a Protestant king: a sumptuous tribute to Charles I at the Royal Academy of Arts
  44. Electoral optics: artist Cornelia Parker's coverage of the 2017 general election
  45. Rich pickings from T.S. Eliot's 'The Waste Land'
  46. When Pablo Picasso met his muse
  47. From death to life: artists take inspiration from the Crucifixion and the Resurrection
  48. Light fantastic: Monet & Architecture at the National Gallery
  49. Works by Rodin and his classical idol side by side at the British Museum
  50. Poetry in landscape and concrete: Thomas Cole and Ed Ruscha at the National Gallery in London
  51. Remembrance and renewal at Tate Britain: allied and enemy art after the First World War
  52. Photographers Dorothea Lange and Vanessa Winship in pursuit of truth
  53. Beautiful dreams, bitter realities: the Liverpool Biennial
  54. Banksy loses his bite indoors
  55. Shattered illusions: Nevinson's trenchant images of war at the British Museum
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