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Highlights, January 2004

Art as a Start

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen visits the Courtauld Gallery and muses on what paintings can teach us about Interior Design

Affordable and better housing

In the first of a two-part story Wayne Hemingway explains to Richard Wilding how his early interests in architecture led to the Staiths South Bank project

Pesellino: The Annunciation Diptych

Art critic and writer Robert Cumming guides us through the story and symbolism of one of the less well-known works in the Courtauld Gallery

Egypt in the Alps

Michelangelo wasn't impressed with Flemish painting, and there's no sign of a pyramid either. Stephanie-Suzanne Durante tells the story

Jacob Epstein: Sculptor in Revolt

An iconoclast with a respect for tradition: Grace Brockington on one of the leading British sculptors of the 20th century

The A59 photographer

Lindy Grant on the artistry and itinerary of an unknown traveller and master photographer