James McNeill Whistler

Matthew Dennison expolres the career of Whistler at a new exhibition of his etchings at the Fine Art Society

Tate exhibition: Millais

With a new exhibition of John Everett Millais at Tate Britain, Roger Bowdler argues that he was a deeper and more complex artist than he has been given credit for

Golden age of couture

A new exhibition a the V&A celebrates the 'New Look' created by leading London and Paris couturiers in the 1940s and 1950s

Victorian Artists in Photographs

Matthew Dennison enjoys tantalising glimpses of the world of G. F. Watts in an exhibition of photographs at the Watts Gallery in Compton, Surrey

Interview: Lord Carrington

Eluned Price talks to the longest-serving member of the House of Lords, was Secretary-General of NATO and Christie's International

Tania Still’s hound paintings

Iain Gale is delighted by Tania Still's large canvases of hounds, which are currently the subject of a selling exhibition in Edinburgh

Exhibition: Japanese Treasures

Simon Poë visits a fascinating exhibition that focuses on the cross-fertilisation of Japanese and Western artistic traditions in the later 19th and earlier 20th centuries

France in Russia

Huon Mallalieu previews a selection of art works collected by the Empress Josephine for her château of Malmaison, and considers her role as a collector and patron

Twentieth Century Textiles

Alan Powers relishes the rare opportunity to see a superb selection of 20th-century textiles currently being exhibited for sale by Francesca Galloway

John and Edward Piper

Jeremy Musson is intrigued by the work of three generations of the Piper family, on view in two exhibitions, one of which opens this week

Antony Gormley: Blind Light

Holly Kirkwood visits the latest exhibition at the Hayward Gallery on the Southbank, Blind Light by Antony Gormley

Exhibitions in Yorkshire

Christopher Ridgway takes us on a tour of six linked exhibitions at great northern houses, which focus on work and play on the Yorkshire country estate

Sacred at the British Library

Barnaby Rogerson is uplifted by an exhibition of rare and exquisite Christian, Muslim and Jewish texts, shown together for the first time at the British Library

The Pallant House Gallery

Clive Aslet visits the newly extended Pallant House Gallery in Chichester to see a small, uplifting exhibition that celebrates the Romantic spirit in British art