Picture of the week
The Al-Aqsa Mosque (farthest Mosque) in Jerusalem. Built originally around 674, it was converted to a palace by the crusader kings before returning to a Mosque following Saladin's capture of Jerusalem
Highlights, July 2015
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Glyn Philpot: Artist at the Crossroads
In the first of a two part story Grace Brockington examines two British artists characterised by outward controversy and inner conflict: Glyn Philpot and Eric Gill
The Scent of Fashion
Nicola Harding on dress in the Courtauld's Impressionist paintings
Impressionist Dealers and Collectors
Rebecca Virag on the people who created markets for the works of Monet, Degas, Cézanne and Renoir
A day with John Constable on Hampstead Heath
Professor Ian James, Head of Mathematics, Meteorology and Physics at the University of Reading
Jack Vettriano on Forain
A watercolour by John-Louis Forain inspires a rare interview and preview of a new work from Britain's most popular living artist
The Art of Reading
Writer and art historian Simon Ford on the enduring theme of readers and their books
Quizzes, Polls & Discussions
Watercolours - estimate their value
Guess the detail and win a Gallery guide!
Polls & Discussions
Curators vs. Public - who's right?
24 September, 2012