An innocent woman resists two sexual predators, only to face a trial that reveals their guilt.
Does the intelligent sea mammal, long associated with Venus, the goddess of love, offer a clue to a lost jewel of the Renaissance?
Holbein the Younger’s image still startles 500 years after its creation.
A society portraitist who emigrated to Britain from Hungary found himself embroiled in a drama of divided loyalties during the First World War.
A tale of female revenge, power and solidarity.
Holbein’s creative life during three decades of extraordinary political, religious and intellectual turbulence.
A commentary on the plight of the artist, wrapped in a dramatic tale of rivalry between god and mortal.
Snobs, bores and triumphs at the Royal Society of Arts.
Human suffering is at the heart of Michelangelo’s masterpiece.
When Henry VIII and Francis I met 12 years after the Field of Cloth of Gold – with Henry accompanied by Anne Boleyn – both sought to outdo one another with exquisite items of display.