is a widely-respected magazine on the fine and decorative arts. Founded in 1925 and based in London, it features a mixture of exhibition reviews, art-world news, profiles of major collectors, and articles by prominent scholars. Recent collaborative editions have included special issues in partnership with The J. Paul Getty Museum
and The Yale Center for British Art
is owned by the Barclay brothers
through the Press Holdings
company. Its editor is Michael Hall, and contributors include Martin Gayford, Gavin Stamp
and Alan Powers.