Andrew Lambirth

Upside down and right on top: the power of George Baselitz

The British Museum's immaculately presented 'Germany Divided' shows the strength of its headline act. Plus two more German shows - Renaissance Impressions at the Royal Academy and Strange Beauty at the National Gallery

‘Hercules Killing Cacus’, 1588, by Hendrik Goltzius [Getty Images/Shutterstock/iStock/Alamy]

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