Two collections combine for a fresh look at French moderns in Courtauld Impressionists: From Manet to Cezanne at the National Gallery
Artist Rebecca Lam prefers art to sleep, which is just as well with a toddler running around and an urge to paint and capture the world around her. We caught up with her to find out what inspires her and why she works so hard
British-born painter Thomas Cole brought a unique and inspiring view of the American wilderness, capturing its beauty, power and vulnerability, and posing some difficult questions along the way. There’s an exhibition of his world at the National Gallery this summer
The international Donkey Art Prize from Blindonkey aims to promote art across many fields and has €2000 plus international exhibitions up for grabs
Free-hand painting next to mechanically masked areas in Nicholas Dietrich’s Network/Fence/Cage at the Exeter Phoenix
Andro Semeiko skips through Exeter’s historic past in Le Grand Charmer at the Exeter Phoenix
George Shaw makes eerie paintings of the Coventry council estate where he grew up. On the eve of a Baltic retrospective, he explains why he prefers pop culture to fine art
Painter Diana Davydova is taking her merging of traditional and contemporary fine art styles to Cockington Court with her Times of Tranquility exhibition
Exeter RAMM has acquired the North Devon landscape called Bideford, Devon 1946 by David Bomberg, who is now considered one of the most important British painters of the 20th century
A posthumous exhbition of David Stuttard’s paintings is set to take place in Newton Abbot, the town he called his home, and the town in which he painted daily for nearly 20 years. Art critic Matt Price assesses the honest, passionate and intriguing work of David Stuttard
Artists around Exeter open up and show their work in the fourth Exeter Open Studio event, which takes place from Friday to Sunday, November 6-8.
The photography and paintings of Totnes, Devon, artists Sara and Graham Gilbert will be exhibited in the Uncharted Waters exhibition at Chelston Gallery, Torquay
Roy Anderson’s painting of Churchill has been likened to the style of Graham Sutherland, by Lord David Owen, no less. You can make your own mind up – it’s on display at Exeter Central Library until the end of May.
Jamie Whyte has donated one his pictures to Tiverton Pannier Market.
The future of Sir Joshua Reynolds’ Omai is uncertain, but as one of the nation’s most important art works, some say it should stay in the country