Giorgio Morandi: an Italian artist of understated brilliance
What is it about Giorgio Morandi’s paintings that draws me in? To the untrained eye they may look dull, but, for me they shine with a rare brilliance that I first fell in love with almost 60 years ago
Cézanne left me jaded, but I still dream of owning one of his works
The vastly inflated prices paid for art could be put to much better use. Wouldn’t it be great to flog a Cézanne or two for the common good?
New exhibition Grown Up in Britain: 100 Years of Teenage Kicks shows the spirit of rebellion
The word “teenager” was coined in the 1940s, but this exhibition in Coventry looks back over a century of youth rebellion, style and attitude in a series of powerful images of Britain through the ages.