This article considers Alfred Sisley’s series paintings: how they developed, which major series he produced, and what he intended by painting them.
This article considers Camille Pissarro’s series paintings: how they developed, which major series he produced, and what he intended by painting them.
The plein air painting season has at last got going here, with fine, warm, and very sunny weather. […]
We are all familiar with Monet’s famous series paintings of Grainstacks at Giverny and Rouen Cathedral. This series of articles investigates series painting, and the Impressionists who painted series.
One of the most famous paintings of the Italian Renaissance, and one of the later huge works in egg tempera, its interpretation remains controversial.
This accompanies The Dulwich Picture Gallery’s current exhibition of Ravilious’s watercolours, the largest to date, and impresses in several respects.
A superb plein air painting of this scene on the River Tiber is part of the foundation that Corot laid for Impressionism.
The importance of relative size, and height in the picture plane, in imparting depth and space in painting.
How many times have you heard it said that mark-making is a sign of abstraction in painting?
The movie to accompany the Late Rembrandt exhibition. A worthy substitute for those who missed it, and an essential companion for those who went.