Comparing Günter Grass’s late works with Titian’s shows that faith expands the artistic imagination
The Spanish artist, subject of a major exhibition at the National Gallery, both celebrated and satirised Catholicism. Was he the most hypocritical artist who ever lived?
It can be hard to see what the fuss about Eileen Cooper is all about
A book on Johannes Vermeer and Antoni van Leeuwenhoekr is a reminder of a time when theology, arts and science went hand in hand
William Blake emerges, not as a mad visionary, but as a fan of progressive Christianity in a new show at the Ashmolean