By 1901, he was fast approaching his fifties and rather staid. This portrait of Evelyn Nesbit was quite out of character, and nearly got him killed later.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Unlucky for some, […]
From about 1878 until his death, Manet painted around 90 pastels. Seldom seen in exhibitions, they’re wonderful works. Here’s a selection of eight.
After a month in Venice he had amassed 200 watercolour studies which were to keep him busy for the next two years painting shimmering views of the city.
Paintings showing the ragged tatters work by peasants and labourers, from social realism and Naturalism between 1850-90.
Well known from language, the scarlet woman should be easy to read in paintings. But all that is scarlet isn’t who you’d expect.
From his first sally alone to be dubbed a knight by an innkeeper, to his ignominious defeat by the Knight of the White Moon on Barcelona beach, and his death.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 154. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Record […]
More gorges from Edward Lear, Frederic Church, Signac, Thoma, Hodler and others, from the Alps to Iran.
Declared sublime, and named after the throat, they’re painted from the mid-18th century. Works by Wolf, Turner, Ward, German Romantics and more.