The work of Salvador Dalí is unpredictable, provocative and never fails to impress.
The Adoration of the Magi is an intimate demonstration of Andrea Mantegna’s interest in human physiognomy.
In this painting, Sir Joshua Reynolds depicts a beautiful woman as Hebe, cup-bearer to Jupiter.
As Munich debuts on Netflix, there are parallels to be drawn with the latest threat to peace in Europe.
The image of Joseph Souberielle was intimate with famous characters like Marie Antoinette and Maximilen R
Leon “Bix” Beiderbecke was one of the most influential jazz soloists of the 1920’s.
Why are more and more youngsters turning to astrology after the pandemic?
In this week’s poem, William Collins paints a picture of a beautiful evening.
Richard Eyre’s production of Le Nozze de Figaro transforms a familiar and comfortable comedy into a dark and dangerous satire.
In this weeks letter, Walter prepares for the return of Spring in his garden and receives a dramatic knock at the door.
In this week’s letter, Walter reflects on the full-time job of keeping a Breton village in working order.
A seemingly impossible trip to paradise becomes a reality.
Emma Gannon’s anecdote-filled new book, (Dis) Connected, is a guide to staying human in an online world.
The Reaction round-up of what you should, and shouldn’t, be reading this week.
The Book of All Books is a repackaging of the Old Testament, told through the brilliant mind of Robert Calasso.
An interview with the plant-based cook and author of the “15 Minute Vegan” series Katy Beskow.
Three chefs and one mixologist share their recipes for impressing your guests over the Christmas period.
An interview with the award-winning drinks writer and expert Olly Smith. Featuring a cocktail recipe for an Olly Daiquiri.
Chef, writer and co-founder of Wahaca, Thomasina Miers, shares her five favourite things.
The host of BBC Radio 1’s Decompression Sessions, Stuart Sandeman, shares his five favourite things.
The magician, comedian, actor and historian shares his favourite things.