Winter issue of Art Quarterly out now

  • 2 December 2013

How to paint a masterpiece, the allure of Sherlock Holmes, and features on Van Dyck, Stanley Spencer and Joseph Wright of Derby – all exclusive to Art Fund members in the Winter 2013 issue of Art Quarterly.

Cover, Art Quarterly, Winter 2013

Cover, Art Quarterly, Winter 2013

From editor Charlotte Mullins' opening letter to an interview with photographer David Bailey, the issue is packed with exclusive content for Art Fund members.

Discover the best of art across the UK in the Preview section. As well as in-depth exhibition listings for now and the coming year, there are features on art in the South West of England, the enduring appeal of Sherlock Holmes and reviews of the latest art books.

In the Features section, Sue Herdman writes on the secret lives of Georgian houses, James Hall reports on the campaign to save Van Dyck's final self-portrait for the National Portrait Gallery, Keith Bell discusses the Fitzwilliam's acquisition of a group of paintings by Stanley Spencer and a series of interviews with four contemporary painters explore the state of painting in Britain.

Art Fund director Stephen Deuchar and chairman David Verey open the Review section with articles looking back on 2013, while art critic Ben Luke leads the review of Art Fund-supported works this quarter with a feature on Joseph Wright of Derby's portrait of Erasmus Darwin.

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