Complete table of contents for this series on the early years of French Impressionism, and the First Impressionist Exhibition of 1874.
Paintings by William Blake, William Hogarth, Henry Fuseli, Paul Delaroche and others for this popular tragedy and history.
From Quiberon and the Vendée to Hendaye and Hondarribia, in paintings from Renoir, Signac, Pierre Bonnard and others.
From the rough seas and rugged cliffs of Penmarc’h to Belle-Île, with Monet, Signac, Berthe Morisot and other artists.
From Blake onwards, dreams often take over the whole view, with the dreamer the only link to reality. Examples from Blake, Rossetti, Hodler and others.
From the Renaissance, by convention dreams were shown as a dream view set within a framing real view. Examples by Raphael, Tintoretto and others.
Born near Chuhuiv, she settled in Paris where she trained and rose to success as Jules Bastien-Lepage’s protege, then died at the age of 25.
Fifteen images of paintings by twelve artists which were shown at the First Impressionist Exhibition present a more coherent overview. But history is capricious.
The last two years of his reign, marred by bad decisions, led to his forced abdication in favour of King Henry IV.
New Zealand landscapes painted between 1870 and 1900, including major features that have since vanished in a huge volcanic eruption.