Deeply irritated by what she cites as a deteriorating appreciation of art, cultural critic and provocateur Camille Paglia has taken it upon herself to help us "relearn" how to see.

In her book Glittering Images, Paglia writes essays on more than two dozen works of art, from ancient Egypt to the present day. She covers artists you know, those you don't, and the one person she considers the "greatest living artist."