Autumn Art Quarterly

  • 8 September 2006

The autumn issue of The Art Fund's acclaimed magazine, Art Quarterly, is out now and is free to Art Fund members.

Highlights of this issue include...


George Melly visits Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, which now houses the outstanding collection of modern British art bequeathed to the gallery through The Art Fund by Professor Sir Colin St John Wilson


Robert Goodwin enjoys Velázquez’s finest tavern scene

A second glance

Julie Nelson Davis decodes the meanings in Utamaro’s prints of beautiful women

The Eloquence of Objects

Sarah Dunant reveals how Renaissance art and objects have inspired her fiction

For the people

Charles Darwent investigates what public art means today

Saving Faces

Derek Wilson wonders why so many icons of the Tudor court have ended up abroad


Martin Bailey asks whether artists have fulfilled their promises to donate works to museums

Plus the latest art world news and views, exhibition and events listings, book reviews and coverage of Art Fund campaigns and grant-giving.

Art Quarterly is free to Art Fund members. Download and view a sample article from the latest issue.

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