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FEATURES | Michael Delgado takes a trip to Kunstsilo, a museum for Nordic art in Norway; Stephanie O'Rourke considers the awesome art of Caspar David Friedrich; Arjun Sajip visits the Barber Institute in Birmingham as it continues to reinvent itself; Nancy E. Edwards examines a monumental Flemish tapestry depicting a decisive 16th-century battle; Susan Moore speaks to Lorena Pérez-Jácome and Javier Lumbreras about the new exhibition complex they are setting up in Spain
REVIEWS | Patricia Rubin on Michelangelo's late drawings; Craig Burnett on the restless imagination of Jean Cocteau; Irina Dumitrescu on the riddling sculptures of Constantin Brancusi; Charles Darwent on the bewildering art of André Masson; Donal Cooper on early Renaissance painting after Giotto; Rosamund Bartlett on avant-garde artists after the Russian Revolution; Luke Uglow on the life and work of Aby Warburg
MARKET | Isabella Smith previews the Treasure House Fair and London Art Week; Jane Morris on the growing interest in Indigenous artists; Emma Crichton-Miller on the women Impressionists whose work is now in great demand, but short supply
PLUS | Hettie Judah on the women who transformed violence into art; Sophie Barling visits the home of toile de Jouy, France's answer to chintz; Tristram Hunt defends free admission to UK museums; Edward Behrens on the stories that museum collections do and don't tell; Charles Holland on egomaniac architects in the movies; Bee Wilson compares picnic scenes by Manet and Monet; Christina Makris on intoxicating Italian adverts for vermouth; Dennis Duncan pieces together the meaning of a scrappy photo by Joanne Leonard


Picnicking with the Impressionists
Picnicking with the Impressionists
Bee Wilson compares the spreads on offer in scenes by Manet and Monet

The new crop
The new crop
Michael Delgado visits a grain silo-turned-museum exhibiting Nordic art

After Giotto
After Giotto
Donal Cooper considers a turning point in early Renaissance painting

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