Paintings of trees in their magnificent autumn colours by Millais, Inness, Monet, Homer, Pissarro, Tom Thomson, Paul Nash, and more.
Wood nymphs, Dryads, and Hamadryads, painted by Evelyn De Morgan, Félicien Rops, Walter Crane, JW Waterhouse, and others. And who dresses up as wood nymphs today?
A maze of myths about shape-shifting, Neptune, and the sea leads to two wonderful but puzzling paintings.
A century ago today, Edgar Degas died in Paris. Was he an Impressionist, a misogynist, or just the odd man out?
If you look to the right of this, you’ll notice that this evening the total view count has […]
His romantic views of the North Cape of Norway and the Northern Lights were for many their first glimpse of the uttermost north.
A mere theme, or an obsession? During his later career, Degas’ pastels of nude women getting out of the bath and drying dominated his art. Why?
Visits to Scotland became popular among artists in the nineteenth century. Here are wonderful paintings by AW Hunt, Gustave Doré, Rosa Bonheur, Hans Gude, and others.
Scotland’s Highlands and Islands have some of the finest scenery and views in the world. Here’s a selection of its landscapes painted by Scottish painters, from Nasmyth to Peploe.
Most of Degas’ painting are of and about women. Using some of his finest works, this explores how he portrayed ‘the modern woman’, from ironing to the brothel.