The Hogarth Exhibition

Huon Mallalieu visits Tate Britain's new Hogarth exhibition, and is impressed by the first major show of this great English artist for more than 30 years

British Art in the USA

Henry Moore has been exhibited in America since 1936 and John Constable?s best effort is said to be in the Yale Centre for British Art, finds Anna Tyzack.

Tom Young: London to the Levant

An exhibition of Tom Young's paintings held in the Adam Street Club, London celebrates both beauty and freedom, while paying homage to Virginia Woolf

Richard Wilson and the Grand Tour

Richard Wilson and the Grand Tour

Charles Fitzroy visits an exhibition of works by Richard Wilson that are among the highlights of Sir Brinsley Ford’s remarkable collection of art

Antiques hunting – best bargains

Country Life writers reveal their favourite pieces collected in junk shops and exotic Eastern shops. A little bit of inspiration to pay a more attention when nosing through antiques fairs

Stubbs and the Horse

After considerable build up and anticipation, the first exhibition devoted to Stubbs's paintings of horses - a theme that dominated his oeuvre throughout his lifetime - has opened in London.

Starting a Collection

How do young collectors get started? How do people catch the collecting bug and what are the steps to get a new collection off the ground? Carla Passino takes a…

Beginner’s guide to art collecting

How do young collectors get started? How do people catch the collecting bug and what are the steps to get a new collection off the ground? Carla Passino takes a…

Being Seduced by Boucher

Whether everyone will be seduced is open for debate but the most ambitious exhibition ever staged at the Wallace Collection enables the visitor to encounter the full effect of Boucher's…

Armouring up at Grosvenor

Some 5,000 years of fine art will be on display when Grosvenor House opens on June 11. Peter Finer, one of the world's leading experts for antique arms and armour,…

A Celebration of Gothic

A new exhibition at the V&A challenges the perception that art in late medieval England played a secondary role to civil and religious warfare. Though many of the treasures were…

French Drawings at Somerset House

Beatrice Gray takes a tour of the French Drawings and Paintings from the Hermitage: Poussin to Picasso which takes place until March 3, 2002 at Somerset House