Complete with vodka bottles, cigarette butts and dirty sheets. And a huge price tag.Read the full story ›
Street artist John Dolan is creating the capital's skyline on the walls of the Museum of LondonRead the full story ›
A collection of art inspired by tigers has gone on display at the Sanderson Hotel in London to raise awareness about the plight of the wild animal.
The collection, by 15 London artists, will be auctioned off for the charity Save Wild Tigers on May 20 after the exhibition closes.
A revamped Rothko piece of art which was vandalised at the Tate Modern in 2012 will be unveiled at the museum later after undergoing 18 months of restoration work.
The 'Black on Maroon' painting was scrawled on with black marker pen by Vladimir Umanets, who claimed he was improving the work.
A house, which Vincent Van Gogh once lived in, has opened to the public.
The famous artist lived in the property in Hackford Road in 1873, when he came to London to study and work for a year.
The house was recently purchased at auction for £575,000.
Up to 106 people aimed to create the largest spray-paint mural by multiple artists in a tunnel in Waterloo, south east London.Read the full story ›
An art gallery in Walthamstow will be the first in the UK to run an exhibition originally commissioned for the Venice Biennale. Jeremy Deller's show 'English Magic' starts tomorrow at the William Morris Gallery and runs until March.
One of the greatest Impressionist paintings is due to be auctioned at Sotheby's in February, the auction house revealed today.
Camille Pissarro’s, Boulevard Montmartre, matinée de printemps of 1897 was originally owned by Max Silberberg, a Jewish industrialist based in Breslau whose legendary artwork could see a huge £7 million to £10 million at auction.
The painting will now be sold in London on 5th February 2014 to benefit people and causes close to his son's wife Gerta's heart.
A unique exhibition showcasing the works of one London's greatest artists opens today in Greenwich.
The 'Turner and the Sea' exhibition opens at the National Maritime Museum, displaying works from JMW Turner on one of his favourite subjects - the ocean.
Art experts think they have uncovered one of the first ever portraits of a pet guinea pig.
A 16th century oil painting showing the animal being cradled between three children will go on show at a new exhibition later this year.
The portrait, believed to have been painted around 1580 by an unknown artist, shows three young children holding the animal which had recently been introduced into Europe from South America by Spanish merchants.
It will form part of an exhibition, called Elizabeth I And Her People, which opens at the National Portrait Gallery in central London in October.