A look back at some of the series and some surprises which you might have missed over the last year.
How well did I predict events for the last year? And what are my predictions for the next?
When he was in Munich, he did much more than just drink lots of red wine and champagne. Here are his experimental paintings from the period.
Transforming the scene-by-scene stories into a composite version, to help the reader see their similarities and differences.
After some false starts, he finally re-established his reputation at the Salon, but was that work a political allegory?
Using Storyspace to explore, read, and visualise the different stories of Salome and John the Baptist.
A wide-ranging selection of appealing and interesting watercolours, covering most of Blake’s career and themes.
I was surprised to discover that few books on Swift explain how to use its structured documentation system. No wonder we don’t document our code properly.
One of the greatest German painters, he covered several genres and has proved very influential. The start of a broad and more balanced view of his work.
It’s time to clean up my code and factor out functions for re-use. This turns out to be straightforward.