Ten paintings, some very famous: can you work out which show dawn, and show dusk?
Wonderful paintings of the last years of sail, from Aivazovsky, Clarkson Stanfield, William McTaggart, Seurat, Signac, and others.
From Hobbema in 1663 to Sisley in 1884, here are views of the canals of Europe carrying commercial traffic, and in their later decline.
Painters paid little attention to the form of near-breaking regular waves until the mid-1700s. Japanese art later changed Western painting, with a single print by Hokusai.
More superb coastal nocturnes by Aivazovsky, Atkinson Grimshaw, Winslow Homer, Edvard Munch, and others.
Includes brilliant paintings of coastal storms by Vernet, Constable, JWM Turner, and Courbet.
Is it really futile and impossible to try to paint the wind? Here’s a selection of evidence, drawn from landscapes and marines.
Celebrate the Christmas holiday with a review of many wonderful paintings of snow scenes.
Certainly the most prolific, and probably the most successful, marine artist of all time. His paintings were even admired by JMW Turner.