Hogarth's forgotten stairwell: hidden in a 900-year-old London hospital are painter's vast canvases
Works will be restored and opened to the public to mark 900th anniversary of the St Bartholomew’s Hospital
Tate Britain director defends museum against accusations of ‘cancelling Hogarth’
Critics round on exhibition’s alternative interpretations of Hogarth paintings, describing them as "wokeish drivel"
New William Hogarth survey at Tate Britain cuts the John Bull
Exhibition challenges the artist's image as a Little Englander, instead highlighting his connections to Europe
Let’s talk about race: museums and the battle against white privilege
Plus, remembering Christo—the art world's wrap star. Produced in association with Christie's
A journey through William Hogarth’s ‘moral geography’ of London and beyond
As an exhibition opens at the Sir John Soane's Museum, the curator David Bindman takes us from Covent Garden and Grosvenor Square to “Guzzledown”
Top five acquisitions of the month
Our pick of the latest gifts and purchases to enter museum collections worldwide—from Lee Krasner's record-setting painting to a Hogarth conversation piece
Books: Is Hogarth the greatest British artist of all time?
Three publications illuminate the subject of Tate Britain’s major exhibition
Tate announces its exhibition schedule for 2007
Next year's schedule is packed with big names
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