This article considers Camille Pissarro’s series paintings: how they developed, which major series he produced, and what he intended by painting them.
We are all familiar with Monet’s famous series paintings of Grainstacks at Giverny and Rouen Cathedral. This series of articles investigates series painting, and the Impressionists who painted series.
News that a painting in the Serlachius Museum in Finland may be a member of Monet’s famous Grainstacks series might not be as good as it seems.
One of the most atmospheric paintings by any Impressionist, it is mystifying that Sisley’s wonderful landscapes have been all but forgotten.
A simply golden landscape at sunset, by the central figure in Impressionism and father of Post-Impressionism.
Last summer, artists across Europe were shocked at a proposal to ban the sale of artists’ paints containing […]