The war years, from eerily deserted scenes of the Sussex Downs, to north Norway for a deployment, and military flight, which brought about his death.
Influenced by the Shoreham landscapes of Samuel Palmer, and his teacher John Nash, here are the eerily empty landscapes of Essex, Sussex Downs, and elsewhere.
From the city, through rolling fields and small villages, climbing gradually along valleys to reach rugged mountain passes.
The story of landscape paintings which are dominated by the sky, from the Dutch Golden Age to Surrealism.
Paintings of the sky by Vincent van Gogh, Edvard Munch, Klimt, Cézanne, Schiele, Paul Nash and others.
Impressionists seem not to have taken to skying, and most of their paintings have high horizons. But there are exceptions.
Who were the Romans, who built their city and its empire? This series looks at the history of Rome as shown in paintings, starting here with its forefather, Aeneas maybe?
While others painted near Rome, a slow revolution burned in the north, with Isabey, Daubigny, and most of all Jongkind and Boudin.
A selection of sky-rich oil sketches made in the Roman Campagna during the first half of the 19th century.
The figure appears in later landscapes, including one by Martín Rico, and a pastel by Millet, before being radically revised by Ferdinand Hodler.