In 1914, after a career painting the rich and famous, he became a war artist. For the next 4 years he showed what the Great War really looked like.
New iMacs were very welcome, but Apple is telling us about its future plans. Will these new versions only sell for the next year? What will replace them?
Royal portraits and history of the rich and famous – and a single gruesome work showing an episode now considered by some to be genocide.
32-bit apps and codecs die with macOS 10.15 later this year. Many video, audio and still image formats will become unusable as a result. Here’s what to do.
Here, the rain comes down in sheets, with snow and large hailstones. First an encounter with the three-headed monster dog Cerberus, then a chat with an old acquaintance.
Now parses the PDF file itself and builds a structured summary of all the objects it contains. Ideal for locating orphaned and other leaking content.
I’ve two which I couldn’t do without. StopTheMadness restores Mac features like menus, autocomplete, copy and paste. Better is my choice of tracker blocker.
Many of the greatest and most important European works of art are painted on walls or ceilings. Explains secco, fresco, and how they influence the result.
Introduction to a series looking at different painting systems. Establishes how their key components are the support, ground, pigment, binder and diluent and explains terms.
Sometimes macOS decides you want to open documents using the wrong version of the right app. Here’s how to fix that.