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The Imperial War Museum restores John Singer Sargent’s Gassed, revealing original colour palette

The restored painting will be there to welcome visitors to the new Blavatnik Art, Film and Photography Galleries, which opens on Remembrance Sunday


Drawing with the ashes of Isis-ravaged buildings: Piers Secunda on the art of destruction

Artist’s works on iconoclasm in Mosul are currently on show at the Imperial War Museum in London

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From the magnetic Takis at Tate Modern to destruction and preservation of culture at the Imperial War Museum

Sotheby’s expect First World War painting by Nevinson to make £1m

Last sold 50 years ago, A Dawn depicts French troops marching to trenches through Flanders in 1914

Imperial War Museum explores artists’ responses to war and terror after 9/11

Show of more than 40 artists includes Jenny Holzer, Grayson Perry and Gerhard Richter

Antony Gormley’s statue for UK war museum was shot down by Battle of Britain hero

The sculpture of a girl between a rocket and a missile "was a step too far for the board," says the UK artist

Eric Ravilious' imagined realities at the Imperial War Museum

London hosts the largest ever exhibition of this artist's work


The new Imperial War Museum North is a failure—as a museum

Our reporter visits Daniel Libeskind’s latest building in Manchester

Art and the Spanish Civil War at the Imperial War Museum

The exhibition will mark the 65th anniversary of the arrival in Spain of the International Brigades


Can drawings produced in concentration camps be works of art or are they Holocaust documents?

A new exhibition looks at works produced by artists while detained by the Nazis

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Thefts from UK national museums. Question in Parliament uncovers extensive losses

13 paintings from the National Maritime Museum, a £100,000 chest from the British Museum, and a Burne-Jones panel from the V&A are some of the items stolen

Should the new Holocaust gallery be a permanent feature of this museum?

The Imperial War Museum's exhibition is intended as a reminder of past evil

British war artist Peter Howson sent to Bosnia

Continuing a practice from World War I, Howson will respond to the ongoing conflict in the region