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The monumental mural painted by Larsson was intended to be his greatest painting. It turned out to be his most controversial.
An exhibition in London in 1910 changed the course of history for Cézanne, and John Singer Sargent.
Three fascination explorations of the relationships between humans and plants.
We will never know exactly what Cézanne intended, but he certainly showed it in his paintings of trees.
Monet’s paintings are overfamiliar, overexposed, and devalued. Can this book cast fresh light?
Vincent van Gogh’s career as an artist was brief, intense, only successful long after his death, but of enormous influence. He also painted lots of trees.
This is the 1,000th article I have posted here. Pause for a quick gloat and sniff of champagne.
A chronological index to articles in this series, with example paintings.
A journey from early 1800s realism to Post-Impressionism, in the company of innumerable trees.