Self Portrait (1900) by Emmeline Cust. Photograph: Dan Wray/National Trust Images Author, editor, translator, and sculptor Emmeline “Nina” Cust was born into Lincolnshire nobility in 1867 and came from a line of inquiring, intellectual women. Her mother, Victoria Welby, was a self-educated
“We won’t allow people to censor our past or pretend we have a different history to the one we have.” So wrote Robert Jenrick, the UK’s communities secretary, in the Telegraph newspaper last week. Jenrick has just introduced legislation that,
A legal case in Paris could force the Musée Rodin to release its 3D scans of Auguste Rodin’s sculptures and make them available to the public. The museum fears this could undermine its financial model, which partly relies on producing original editions of bronzes.