After last ditch attempts to stop them, Don Quixote and his squire Sancho Panza are off on their third sally, this time heading for Lady Dulcinea in El Toboso.
Paintings from the early 20th century by artists who lived on the coast near Saint-Tropez, from Signac and van Rysselberghe to Pierre Bonnard.
At the end of the 19th century, the coast near Saint-Tropez became the cradle of modern painting. Views of the coast and its distinctive light and intense colour.
A pupil of Carolus-Duran, he returned to England to be a founder member of the New English Art Club and friend of Steer, who painted bucolic scenes for much of his career.
A series to examine visual development of figures within narrative paintings, according to their type of plot. The fall of Icarus used as an example.
Some important paintings from 1815-19, including two religious works with deep personal meaning. Goya’s paintings are now dominated by black.
Although it was Leon Battista Alberti, in the southern Renaissance, who first developed the subject of composition in […]
Sancho Panza gives a different story of how his donkey was stolen, and he decides to join Don Quixote on his third sally as a knight errant.
To celebrate the life and work of Dante, a small selection of paintings inspired by the Divine Comedy, and his ‘Vita Nuova’.
The great Florentine poet and writer Dante died of malaria on 14 September 1321, 700 years ago this Tuesday. A celebration of his life in paintings.