Trying to elicit a specific taste seem over-ambitious, but why can’t great paintings at least make us feel peckish?
A look back at some of the series and some surprises which you might have missed over the last year.
One of the greatest German painters, he covered several genres and has proved very influential. The start of a broad and more balanced view of his work.
He said he’d rather go to Europe than go to Heaven. Let’s hope that he managed both. Paintings and articles about him listed.
Into the 20th century, and he was busy teaching at Summer Schools in Europe, and trying to come to terms with art of the future.
A fascinating and eclectic year in art, as the Masters of the 19th century handed over to the tigers of the 20th.
His golden age, when each summer the family moved up to their house at Shinnecock, where he taught, and painted like never before.
A busy period of work mainly in his New York studio, Chase met and painted with Whistler in London, and Sargent in New York.
First in a series detailing his life and work. This covers his training, and first establishing his studio in New York. Plenty of his paintings are included.
How did great painters of the East Coast paint the cities in which they lived and worked?