Tate Modern

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Bluebeard’s Last Wife, a stained glass panel by Harry Clarke set in a James Hicks cabinet, will now become part of artist Brian Clarke’s collection.

Brian Clarke, widely recognised as one of the world’s leading stained glass artists, was the winning bidder of Harry Clarke’s 1921 stained glass panel(...)

Love rivals: Young Women in the Garden by Pierre Bonnard

Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947) was unusual because he painted only from memory, never from life. He inscribed his datebook daily with a small pencil sketc(...)

Reclining Nude, Musée national Picasso, Paris

By 1932, Pablo Picasso was already the most famous artist in the world. He was 50 years old, lived in a luxurious apartment in central Paris, owned a (...)