Giorgio Morandi: Lines of Poetry is at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art until 7 April 2013.
Morandi's modest, yet monumental, paintings and prints of bottles, pots and jugs are, I think, amongst the very great works of art of the twentieth century. Quiet, nuanced, beautiful. This is a rare chance to see a substantial exhibition of prints, mostly etchings, together with four late, almost abstract, watercolours.
Read reviews by Laura Cumming and Alastair Sooke.