Richard Hamilton, who died last year at the age of 89, was known as a witty and cerebral precursor of British pop art.
Painters are no saints, except perhaps one: In 1984, Pope John Paul II beatified Fra Angelico, the first step in the process toward sainthood.
Donatello’s gilded bronze sculpture “Reliquary Bust of Saint Rossore” (c. 1425) is a restless surface of gleaming, golden waves enveloping a stern male presence.
BP Plc, which last year caused the U.S.’s worst-ever oil spill, today pledged another 10 million pounds ($15.5 million) to four cultural institutions for the next five years.
Find out what happens to a lovesick ghost at the start of your weekend in London.