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Art & Exhibitions

The murky landscape of Britain expressed in art

Winters tale: Night drawing in on acclaimed art gallery, as it holds last ever exhibition

Elementary: Detail from Tim Etchells' piece using neon

Periodic Tales: Artists in their element for this chemical romance

Artistic fields to be experienced at Anne Hardy's Modern Art exhibition

Artistic fields to be experienced at Anne Hardy's Modern Art exhibition

Master at work: Bernard Leach

Pioneering potters who brought the 'ethical' into ceramics

Human beauty: Red Muse

Jenny Saville's new show features art to echo Titian’s genius

Catherine Whistler with Titian’s Study of a Young Woman

Drawing on Venice’s riches at Ashmolean exhibition

Lawrence Weiner standing outside Blenheim Palace for the opening of his new exhibition Within a Realm of Distance

Lawrence Weiner is in a realm of his own at Blenheim Palace

Vinyl frontier: Martin Grover’s work reproduces classic singles from the Tamla Motown, Decca and Columbia record labels

Martin Grover's record exhibition is a smash hit

Bank cards: Josh Kline, Imbalance Transfer, 2015

Dystopian image of future politics at Josh Kline exhibition

Antenna: Ross McKessock Gordon performs Piano Walks and Electromagnetic Walks

Dancing dust mites... wire ears... magnesium and poetry!

Wonderland: Peter Eugene Ball with his Mad Hatter – just one of his idiosyncratic sculptures, which go on show at Christ Church

Engaging mix of mad and sacred at exhibition

Sculptor and OAS president, Johannes von Stumm

Local artists break out of the cloisters at Oxford exhibition

The Twisted Stem by Angie Lewin

Botanical prints are a breath of fresh air

Sun burst: Sin Titulo 1, 2015, acrylic on paper, by Florence Amey, one of her works on show at Art Jericho, Oxford, till September 13

Young artist unveils her vibrant artwork

Room on The Broom’s spectacular illustrations are by Axel Scheffler

There’s room on her broom for you all in Julia Donaldson production

Richard Adams’ Sunny Wall, varnished pastel, 30cm x 42 cm, £1,950

Artists help to raise funds for orphanage

Even Moore to love at Waddesdon Manor exhibition

Even Moore to love at Waddesdon Manor exhibition

Henry Moseley in the lab

Poignant tribute to the brilliant mind of Henry Moseley

First Steps

Elegant insight into Jane Austen’s world at Ashmolean exhibition

Visual of the parterre at Compton Verney

Take a peek at crafty summer exhibitions

Strictly Bull Dancing by Eleanor Clutton-Brock

County artists’ work is in a top exhibition

Flight of fancy: Morris’s Predicting The Past

Desmond Morris dances with surreal imagination

Chip off the block: Sculptor Simon Buchanan at work with hammer and chisel at Art in Action

Arts gathered in a lovely setting at the Art in Action festival

Unsettling: Hershman Leeson’s work Phantom Limbs Reach

Casting an eye over surveillance culture at Modern Art exhibition

Work by James Cauty (Image: Hannah Wilmshurst)

Oxford show demonstrates resistance is fertile

Degree: Artist Amy Thellusson in her studio

Ruskin artists show first class creativity

Hans Holbein the elder (c. 1460-1524) Two studies of the head of a woman, and three of hands

Undisputed jewels of the artistic world on show at Christ Church

Bioluminescent bacteria: colonies of bioluminescent bacteria light up even in the laboratory

Illuminating glimpse of microscopic world at the Biosense exhibition

A work by Camilla Billari

Art’s aim is to put issue in spotlight

Soft washes: Landscape with trees

Watercolours reflect beauty of Tuscany

Rupert Spira is Oxford's ceramic genius

Rupert Spira is Oxford's ceramic genius

Worth a punt: Peter Cadbury

Jil Orpen captures the Thames' characters

Roll with it: Camilla Sopwith at the press

Potters studio tours

One way: Canaletto’s view of The Thames from Somerset House towards the City

Tourist’s eye on ferment of city

Easy on the eye: The Strangford Apollo

Defining Beauty: High passion for intimate curves and nudes

Take your seats for display about bees

Take your seats for display about bees

Monet's Lavacourt Under Snow

Lunatics and masterpieces: Inside the world of the first great modern art dealer

France Brodeur's work is etched with life

France Brodeur's work is etched with life

Waiting Room Proposal

An alternative look at objects of desire

Inspiration: Stephen Hebron with Erasmus

Game changers at the Bodleian Library

Vivid: A Cognocenti Comtemplating ye Beauties of ye Antique, 1801

Birthday of biting satire

How to draw crowds at Ashmolean Museum

How to draw crowds at Ashmolean Museum

Head of a Weeping Mother

As Raphaelites unite

Material gains: Feng Ho’s ethical fabrics are made around the world

All colours are green

Think ink: Catriona Brodribb with one of her screen prints, Wittenham Clumps, placed on a press

Oxford print exhibition is making a mark

Matters of life and death shown in oil at Patrice Moor exhibition

Matters of life and death shown in oil at Patrice Moor exhibition

Minoru Sato’s thermal acoustics

Art festival revels in a sonic boom

Familiar landscape: Downland, Susan Kirkman — featuring the iconic trees of Wittenham Clumps

Landscape exhibition impresses in Oxford

Christain Boltanski’s work catalogues the life of an Oxford undergraduate, while the current exhibition records the correspondence that led to the 1970s show

Back to the future of portraiture

Divine? Nathan Khan updates Michelangelo in his Creation of Adam 2D

Booty in the eye of the beholder at art fair

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