'Hurrah, it’s leprosy!' How a conservator and a historian are decoding the grisly tales in Canterbury Cathedral’s stained-glass windows
New research for British Museum exhibition means panels depicting St Thomas Becket's healing miracles will be correctly reassembled after centuries in the wrong order
Closure of London's Florence Nightingale Museum fuels fears that the pandemic will force smaller UK institutions to shut
Colourist painter and Royal Academician Philip Sutton opens new gallery—at the age of 92
Artist—who is now blind in one eye and lives in a sheltered care home—is launching a space in Bridport, England, to sell his own works
London’s Warburg Institute launches £14.5m expansion to revive the 'science of culture'
Research centre based on the library of German art historian Aby Warburg plans to open new public spaces in 2022