Billed as reflecting the most recent research on the movement, this is a large and lavishly-illustrated book. But I had a struggle to read it.
A total of 17 paintings by 13 artists from 11 viewpoints, covering 261 years of art and parliamentary history.
Was Turner right in his dying words, proclaiming that “The Sun is God”?
Index to individual locations covered in this series.
Fifteen paintings by 11 artists showing the gardens over more than 130 years.
Why was Vermeer forgotten, or van Gogh ignored, or Western-style painting in Japan suppressed?
It is time to abandon the prejudices of Ernest Fenollosa, and recognise Japanese yoga painting.
How a small group of Dutch merchants were able to bring Western influence to Japanese painting during the Edo period.
Does this catalogue/book change our understanding of van Gogh?
Even the most radical change-monger and early-adopter also seeks comfort and their security blanket at times.