In the early 20th century, painters started using intense colours, often raw from the tube, and those shifted to give green flesh and blue horses.
Harriet Backer’s canonical masterwork, Nikolai Astrup shows his technical skill, two wonderful views by Pierre Bonnard, and from Eric Ravilious.
Examples from Wright of Derby, Turner, Millet, van Gogh, Bonnard and others. But how many used the monochrome of scotopic vision?
Twentieth-century paintings of Spring, from Renoir to Grant Wood, with the help of Bonnard, JW Waterhouse, Granville Redmond and others.
Landscapes from Lovis Corinth, Pierre Bonnard, Georg Janny, Anita Rée, Charles Demuth, and the last word from Piet Mondrian.
Fine paintings from 1921 by Pierre Bonnard, wildlife artist Bruno Liljefors, Colin Campbell Cooper, and others.
During the early 20th century, yachts displaced working boats in harbours throughout Europe and North America. Paintings from Helleu to Bonnard.
Paintings from the early 20th century by artists who lived on the coast near Saint-Tropez, from Signac and van Rysselberghe to Pierre Bonnard.
From Charles Conder’s Holiday at Mentone, Australia, to Pierre Bonnard on the beach at Arcachon in south-west France, in 1922.
More landscape views embedded in 19th and 20th century paintings, as a posthumous tribute to a colleague, or a context for a still life, perhaps.