Huon Mallalieu Huon Mallalieu is a writer, historian and art critic who has written Country Life's art market column for three decades. In Focus: The wartime masterpieces of Alfred Munnings Huon Mallalieu welcomes the opportunity to see a significant body of wartime paintings alongside other works by Munnings in his former home. In Focus: The Hogarth masterpiece which shows that sometimes you need to 'listen' to a painting A small exhibition at the Foundling Museum focuses on one painting — an image that inspires Huon Mallalieu to reflect on Hogarth’s enthusiastic orchestration of sound. What to look out for at Masterpiece, from speedboats and cabinets to paintings and books Masterpiece takes place this week — June 27 to July 3 — and Huon Mallalieu can hardly wait. Here are some of the pieces he's most looking forward to seeing. In Focus: Henry and John Crealock, the Victorian military brothers who turned their hands to art Huon Mallalieu considers the careers of Henry Hope Crealock and John North Crealock, the Victorian army officers and sometime-artists whose careers saw them come into contact with one of Britain's most famous military figures of the 19th century: Field Marshal Wolseley. In Focus: The war artist who taught Hockney, and whose reputation is only going to grow In Focus: The Rembrandt portrayal of Christ which contains the fingerprints of the great master himself A wonderful Rembrandt that went under the hammer recently contains a fascinating imprint of its creator, as Huon Mallalieu reports.