Multimillion-pound apartment owners lose legal battle against Tate
Claim thrown out after art gallery argues claimants could simply ‘draw the blinds’
George Michael art collection up for auction
A tour of the artwork will take place before the sale in March
Why the artist Fahrelnissa Zeid should be remembered
Her work was inspired by Eastern and Western influences
Google Doodle celebrates pioneering Turkish artist Fahrelnissa Zeid
One of the greatest female artists of the 20th century, according to Tate Modern
Fernand Léger: The artist whose abstract paintings were called Tubism
Once talked of in the same breath as his contemporary Picasso, Léger never went on to have quite the status he deserves. Alastair Smart welcomes a new (and long overdue) exhibition at Tate Liverpool
French museums 'should return looted art treasures to Africa'
'There are historical explanations' for France holding African artworks, the French president has said, but there is 'no valid, lasting and unconditional justification'
Leonardo da Vinci may have had eye disorder that helped him paint
Measurements of self-inspired works show a tendency for the left eye to turn outward, suggesting the artist might have had a mild strabismus that helped him translate three-dimensional scenes to canvas
Who is Banksy? The suspects profiled
Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja prime suspect but not the only man in the frame