Views painted of Cairo and other parts of Egypt, including Thomas Seddon, Alberto Pasini, Jean-Léon Gérôme and the Australian Impressionist Arthur Streeton.
As the fiery reds of falling leaves change to dull earth browns, and we get the odd flurry of snow, we know that winter is almost upon us.
Reflections seen in landscapes from Dürer’s pioneering watercolour, through Poussin and Turner to Monet, Sisley and Neo-Impressionists.
Although invited to show his paintings at the First Impressionist Exhibition, he declined, and has since been excluded from the list of Impressionists, and forgotten.
Including fine paintings by Susan Watkins, von Spaun, Gorbatov and others, showing views of the coast of the island.
Superb views of this beautiful sub-tropical island, painted by Blechen, Bierstadt, John Singer Sargent and others.
A pupil of Corot, he was a friend of core Impressionists, but never an Impressionist himself. He painted views of the River Seine in Paris.
Michallon taught Camille Corot, who in turn taught Camille Pissarro. In their early Impressionist years, Pissarro painted alongside Cézanne.
Two hundred years ago today, Achille Michallon died, the most brilliant landscape painter of his day in Europe. He was only 25.
A brilliant landscape painter taught by Valenciennes, who in turn taught Corot. Died at the age of only 25 from pneumonia.