GUTHRIE & THE GLASGOW BOYS
The Glasgow Boys' rise to prominence in the 1880s injected a new sense of modernity into the British art scene. Recently, two pictures by leading member of the group, Sir James Guthrie, have come to light, which had remained untraced since their execution.
IN THE STUDIO
WITH ANTHONY WHISHAW
“I try and catch the moment before your eye settles”. Ahead of his autumn exhibition, Florrie Evans provides her reflections of the home-studio of Anthony Whishaw RA.
POTS, POLITICS & THE WISDOM OF CATS
Professor Tamar Garb considers Hylton Nel's beloved cats and their role as both curiosities and ornaments ahead of his forthcoming exhibition, Hylton Nel at Eighty.
BY OSCAR MARZAROLI
As we commemorate the centenary of Joan Eardley's birth, we celebrate her legacy through the words of friend and photographer Oscar Marzaroli, who takes us behind her familiar oils and pastels.