Magnificent two-volume book reveals the sumptuous, Rococo-infused life of Versailles courtier Madame de Pompadour
This comprehensive history of the lady’s obsessive relationship with Sèvres porcelain in the 18th century sheds light on little-known aspects of the industry
Disney at the Met—but is it art?
Plus, a new centre to study Matisse at Baltimore Museum of Art and Josef Albers's lithographs at Cristea Roberts in London
Hosted by Ben Luke and Aimee Dawson. Produced by Julia Michalska and David. Clack. With Henrietta Bentall
Édouard Manet and modern beauty: prettier, more frivolous and gallant
A series of essays explores the 'feminisation' of the artist's later practice
Frivolity, hedonism, sensuality and sex—OK!
The 19th-century revision of received perceptions of French Rococo art
Interview with Rachel Feinstein: “I want to be taken more seriously”
The artist talks about her trials as a woman in a man’s field, the female way of working, her free-floating wackiness and making movies
Madame de Pompadour meets Philippe Starck at the Rijksmuseum
With a very glamorous display, this is the first serious look at Netherlandish rococo architecture and decorative arts