There is more to the work of Walter Sickert than current deluded conspiracy theories, as an exhibition at Tate Britain shows.
The weird turn of the century craze for wearing stuffed animals as headwear.
The fire-breathing, demonic monster that gripped the public consciousness in the 19th Century.
The golden age of three-dimensional erotic photography.
The Devilishly playful images of Hell, damnation and Satan at play that delighted France and England in the Victorian age.
What to make of art galleries who display major works and then cover them up to avoid offending people?
A new London exhibition exploring the connection between art, culture and death.