The bohemian quarter of Paris, painted by van Gogh, Toulouse-Lautrec (who lived there for 20 years), Renoir, Pierre Bonnard, and others.
The hill that rises from the densely-packed streets of Paris, painted by Jongkind, Alfred Sisley, Ilya Repin, Renoir, and others.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: You might expect […]
He became an ‘Artist of the Soul’, continuing to paint Symbolist motifs, including some drawn from Les Fleurs du Mal, but little after 1908.
He started his career designing Art Nouveau wallpaper, then progressed to book illustration, including Baudelaire’s notorious
From Byron’s Faustian play ‘Manfred’ to the effects on family of the Crimean War, his paintings were often richly narrative, and only gently Pre-Raphaelite.
Leading up to the crux of the poem, an old woman’s treachery, the reunion of two couples who thought the other was dead, and heartbreak for Orlando.
Soon after his arrival in Paris, in 1906, he switched to sculpture. He had the idea of a ‘temple to humanity’, with hundreds of caryatids to support it.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 28. Here are my solutions to them. 1: FaceTime […]
A relatively common motif, it started with the peculiar association of death and the erotic, then changed in the late 19th century.