Arsenic sulphides, they were both used in alchemy, and used commonly in paintings from Ancient Egypt through to the late 29th century. Tintoretto loved them.
Indian Yellow was thought to have been extracted from cow urine, but has been found in few paintings. Chrome Yellow was the mainstay of the Impressionists and the nineteenth century.
Girl meets boy on a mission; boy cannot deviate from mission; boy leaves girl; girl heartbroken. But was this relationship doomed from the start by others?
The story of Dido and Aeneas summarised in seven lines, and a strange account of the origin of the apes. Paintings by Guérin, Cézanne, Tiepolo, and Fuseli.
If Brunelleschi had introduced Cubism instead of perspective projection, would that have altered human visual perception?
Shows a selection of her paintings completed up to 1925, several influenced by Cézanne and Cubism.
Curious still lifes and more containing allegories about the emptiness and futility of life on earth, and its brevity. Even seen in Cézanne and Jacek Malczewski.
More superb paintings of the coast of Maine, here by Childe Hassam, Robert Henri, and George Bellows.
Degas a painter of landscapes? Yes, about 7% of his total output were primarily landscapes, including some of his earliest and last works.
Including superb paintings by Zorn, Marie Spartali Stillman, Boldini, van Gogh, Cézanne, Sargent, Demuth, and Signac.