A selection of the better paintings from Tissot’s 350+ on the life of Christ, and his unfinished series of Old Testament stories.
Sublimely clear and simple paintings showing the routes to Heaven and Hell, but no one knows how they were arranged.
Four fragments remain of what must have been an impressive and moving triptych. Here’s the reconstruction.
What influence did Bosch’s Temptation of St Anthony triptych have on later paintings? Their history traced from 1430 to 1560.
One of his greatest paintings, its rich and inventive iconography has been little studied. And it’s seriously weird.
Although Bosch’s work is uniquely distinctive, there are similarities with Dadd.
A much darker view of the Last Judgement raises questions of authorship, commissioning, and even who one of the saints is.
An unusual depiction of this popular theme pursues a harder line, with many details of terrible torments.
Examining and explaining some of the intriguing details of this masterpiece. Does it make any sense?
One of the world’s greatest paintings, this remains controversial 500 years after it was painted.