Peter Robb's "M" is a genius in the studio,bugger in the bedroom, and hothead on the tennis courts of Rome at the end of the 16th century, a swaggering presence—always sharp- tongued, usually armed with sharp objects—whose regular appearances in the court records for libel and acts of violence provide the basis for a dark and anticlerical reading of his paintings. While Helen Langdon, in her... More >>>