Courtauld Institute of Art

Postgraduate art history students in UK say they are being encouraged to produce ‘less rigorous and ambitious’ research in light of pandemic

As the funding body, UK Research and Innovation, restricts additional funding, students are being asked to rethink projects

Billionaire Leonard Blavatnik donates £10m to the Courtauld Institute of Art

Suite of galleries in refurbished Courtauld Gallery will be named after the Ukraine-born industrialist

Courtauld lecturers take eight-day strike action over pay inequality and the ‘strain’ of working conditions

Striking staff say funding is channelled towards art institute’s multi-million pound redevelopment project

Masterpieces from London's Courtauld Gallery head to Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris

Works by Manet, Van Gogh and Cézanne will return to France for the first time in more than 60 years

Live stream: Phyllida Barlow, Antony Gormley and Richard Deacon talk about Medardo Rosso, unknown to most of us, but venerated by Rodin and Henry Moore

Listen to what they have to say at the Courtauld Institute of Art and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac’s study meeting, Friday, 2 February, 2018, 2.00–6.00pm (GMT)

Courtauld Institute sets its sights on £50m revamp­­—and sends art on tour

Two-year transformation, starting next summer, will open up the London gallery’s historic Great Room

Controversial Bacon drawings displayed in London

The works were set to be displayed at a now cancelled authentication debate

Courtauld's Bacon debate on disputed drawings axed

Cristiano Lovatelli Ravarino's collection of drawings has been a hot topic in the art world

The Courtauld Institute and the Francis Bacon Estate discuss disputed Bacon drawings

A Courtauld conference will investigate works on paper said to be by the artist. Owner’s side to offer legal immunity

Books: Sinuous nudes and protestant propaganda as English analytical works on Cranach increase

The Cranach exhibition catalogue and a book on technical aspects of his work

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Test your market savvy at the Courtauld's "The value of art"

The exhibition challenges you to decide which work of art is more valuable

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The Lubomirski Dürers: where are they now?

The Art Newspaper has tracked down twenty-four of the drawings looted by Hitler and sold by the prince whose ancestors had donated them to their local museum