Landscape with Trees,
c.1911–1912, oil on board by Jessica Dismorr (1885–1939), Photo credit: Government Art Collection
Bendor Grosvenor on this year's series of 'Britain's Lost Masterpieces'
Read Bendor's firsthand account of finding a lost Joseph Wright of Derby in episode one.
Yinka Shonibare: poetic, political artist
Rovianne Matovu on how Shonibare powerfully tells the story of multiculturalism in the UK through his art.
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Celebrating black British artists in public collections
With a number of high-profile exhibitions dedicated to the work of black artists this year it is also important to look at the number of works by black artists in the permanent collections.
Power & Beauty: The Art of Sir Oswald Birley
Friends with Sir Winston and Lady Churchill, Birley's paintings still influence English country house design today.
Rhine Maiden Lamenting
Arthur Rackham's elegant book illustrations are at odds with his down-to-earth self portrait, titled 'A Transpontine Cockney', also on Art UK.
Carmarthenshire County Museum
The county museum building was the palace of the Bishops of St Davids, and where the New Testament was first translated into Welsh.
Caravaggio: fury, food and fine art
Gillian Riley looks at what food can tell us about Caravaggio, including an early sighting of chilli pepper and tomatoes.
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Buy art prints of winter
With winter on its way why not embrace it and decorate your home with these carefully curated prints. Profits go to supporting the collections on Art UK.
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