Electric light on the banks of the Seine in Paris, and in the shopping centres of Berlin, herald the eternal light of today’s city centres.
Completing this river cruise, from Canaletto’s view of Westminster, through a Frost Fair, to John Constable’s Headlight Castle.
Harriet Backer’s canonical masterwork, Nikolai Astrup shows his technical skill, two wonderful views by Pierre Bonnard, and from Eric Ravilious.
Twentieth-century paintings of Spring, from Renoir to Grant Wood, with the help of Bonnard, JW Waterhouse, Granville Redmond and others.
Fine paintings from 1921 by Pierre Bonnard, wildlife artist Bruno Liljefors, Colin Campbell Cooper, and others.
Who’d want to paint much of their canvas dull, pale grey? If these paintings are anything to go by, many of the Impressionists
Four centuries of paintings of tables laid up ready for the consumption of food, with several variations. From Clara Peeters to the modern burger.
A party of landsfolk riding in horsedriven hay wagon, the artist’s mother sewing in Nabi style, tennis in Rhode Island, and a deserted table by the sea.
Ten paintings, some very famous: can you work out which show dawn, and show dusk?
Views of St Paul’s and Hampton Court, many paintings of strangely deserted tables laid up for drinks, and more twilight scenes.