Andrew Lambirth


Blockbuster on a manageable scale: on Richard Dorment

A farewell collection of reviews by the American-born, British art critic


Long may he continue: on John Berger at 90

Writings, new and old, by the nonagenarian, Marxist and self-confessed “stop-gap” storyteller


Cool doesn’t cut it: Andrew Lambirth on painting today

The presentation of painting all too often undermines the nature of true invention


Another side: Andrew Lambirth on Francis Bacon

A personal view of Francis Bacon by his Boswell, Michael Peppiatt


Andrew Lambirth on the ‘only English Futurist's’ war works

There is much to admire in the catalogue raisonné of C.R.W. Nevinson's work


Books in brief: Paul Nash in Pictures

This book is a welcome reinterpretation of Nash for contemporary audiences


Books in brief: British and Irish Art, 1945-51

Despite some factual inaccuracies, this is a refreshing and invigorating presentation that challenges assumptions