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The opinion of Will Blake

The opinion of Will Blake

Nicholas Cranfield sees a show about the artist, which includes a reconstruction of his studio in Lambeth

We love the sacred font

We love the sacred font

Pamela Tudor-Craig on a recent addition to Iffley Parish Church

Gifted painter from nature

Gifted painter from nature

Nicholas Cranfield sees the Royal Academy's Moroni exhibition

A taste for portraits

A taste for portraits

Nicholas Cranfield sees a legal firm's collection

Perugia’s master of elegance

Perugia’s master of elegance

But was Raphael really his pupil, asks Nicholas Cranfield

The extras and the ecstasy

The extras and the ecstasy

Thinking of putting on your own peripatetic Christmas drama? Pat Ashworth  sets out her experience of what such a project entails

Telling late Rembrandts’ tale

Telling late Rembrandts’ tale

Nicholas Cranfield sees the big show - plus one intriguing portrait

Weeping over the ruined cities

Weeping over the ruined cities

Nicholas Cranfield sees Picasso's Guernica studies and works by other moderns

Photos: Too modern?

Photos: Too modern?

A work commissioned for St Chad's, Rubery, by the architects Lavender, Twentyman & Percy, in 1959, installed, but then removed at the behest of the diocese shortly before the church was consecrated, has been acquired by the Ingram Collection

Once upon a time in Britain

Once upon a time in Britain

WHEN the artist Paul Nash published his gazetteer to Dorset in 1935 as one of the first Shell Guides, he dedicated it "to all those Courageous Enemies of 'Development' to whom we owe what is left of England". Edwin Smith (1912-71) was one of the photographers invited by John...

Gloucester does it again

Gloucester does it again

GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL has followed up the success of the exhibition "Crucible", which in 2010 brought to the cathedral 76 contemporary sculptures and helped to attract 136,000 visitors in two months

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A man in tune with his times

A man in tune with his times

Ian Ramsey was an 'improbable' Bishop of Durham. On the centenary of his birth, John Saxbee recalls a philosopher of religion who was also a man of the people  Subscribe to read more

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The challenges that the new C of E reports duck

Linda Woodhead finds the proposed remedies for the numerical decline of the Church too clerical and too congregational  Read More

Mon 26 Jan 15 @ 16:25
NEW: C of E’s first woman bishop consecrated @GavinDrake reports from York http://t.co/g46Xc90wTk

Mon 26 Jan 15 @ 11:22
RT @c_of_ePhotos from the consecration of Revd Libby Lane happening now at @York_Minster #BishopLibby http://t.co/bdPo815hQc