Best art exhibitions to visit in March and April

The Conversation Piece: Scenes of Fashionable Life at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh (0131 556 5100) 27 March until 20 September

Patrick Caulfiled, a major survey of his work featuring rarely seen drawings and paintings. Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester, West Sussex (01243 770841; 28 March until 14 June

Turner/Rothko. Examining links between the two iconic and influential painters. Clore Galleries, Tate Britain, Millbank, London ( 23rd March until 26th July


Age of Experience. A new exhibition in three galleries displaying works of 16 British artist-makers who have had an unparalleled impact on the development of European applied art over the last half-century.  At Ruthin Craft Centre, The Centre for Applied Arts, Park Road, Rutin, Denbighshire (01824 704774) Until 29th March

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Lee Miller and Friends. Portraits of artists by the American model-turned photographer. Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester, West Sussex (01243 774557) Until 29 March.

William Blake: The River of Life, a display presenting around 40 works, including his much loved colour prints. Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool (0151 702 7400) Until 29 March

The Olympic Stadium Project: Le Corbusier and Baghdad. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Until 29th March,

Jilly Sutton’s Solo Exhibition – The Family Tree Show. Rebecca Hossack Gallery, 2a Conway Street, Fitzroy Square, London (0777 999 6278) Until 30th March

Sounds of the Sea: New Paintings by David Baumforth. Kentmere House Gallery, 53 Scarcroft Hill, York (01904 656 507) Until 26th March

Peter Blake, The Venice Suite, Larkhall Fine Art, 10 Margaret’s Buildings, Bath (01225 444480) Gallery open Tuesday- Saturday. Until 28th March

Colin Watson: Journey to the East. Records of the artist’s travels to Japan, Indonesia and Brunei with HRH the Prince of Wales. Dickinson, 58 Jermyn Street, London (0207 493 0340; Until 27th March