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Caravaggio and his debtors

Caravaggio and his debtors

Nicholas Cranfield is impressed by the National Gallery show

Techniques of the scribes  

Techniques of the scribes
 

Nicholas Cranfield visits an account of the illuminators’ art

Many faces, one hand    

Many faces, one hand
 
 

Nicholas Cranfield on the French portraits at the British Museum

Contemporary take on Shakespeare

Contemporary take on Shakespeare

Cast members in Intermission Youth Theatre’s Love Me to Death, at St Saviour’s, Walton Street, London SW3, until 19 November (Wednesdays to Saturdays only). Written by Darren Raymond, directed by Craig Blake and Fabian Spencer, the play was inspired by

Bragg and Eliot in the cathedral

Eve Stebbing on arts in Norwich’s Hostry

A taste of arts in the ‘Stans’

David Parry on the Open Central Asia International Festival

In celebration of divine mercy

In celebration of divine mercy

Katy Hounsell-Robert views an exhibition in a bishop’s palace

Women saints reinterpreted

Women saints reinterpreted

Margareth in the Dragon, c-type print, 2015, by Liane Lang

Warp and weft of Christendom  

Warp and weft of Christendom
 

Medieval needlework by English hands impresses Nicholas Cranfield at the V&A

Drawing on the light available

Drawing on the light available

Katy Hounsell-Robert sees glass creations at Salisbury Cathedral

Anne Frank staged in Kenilworth

Roderic Dunnett sees a revival of the Broadway play

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