A rough track winds its way along the ridge of a chalk down, and is warmer than the vegetation beside it.
The modern gulf between arts/humanities and sciences has no sound historical basis.
Even a modern heating system loses heat through the flue.
If Constable acted as a bridge, Corot was the crossroad leading to ‘modern’ art.
How you can strike the right balance between efficient compression of an image, and its quality.
Sitting in the cool of an autumn morning, chatting over coffee.
How we should make time and opportunity to exercise our skills, whether painting, cooking, or ham radio.
Paintings by Delacroix are rare outside Paris. This book is catalogue to an exhibition now in Minneapolis, in 2016 due for London.
A thermal landscape complete with downs, a village, and a stately home.
The tree stands out against the sky because of the Greenhouse Effect.