The plein air painting season has at last got going here, with fine, warm, and very sunny weather. […]
A superb plein air painting of this scene on the River Tiber is part of the foundation that Corot laid for Impressionism.
This Impressionist essay on light, colour, and tranquillity features vivacious brush work; in taking art into everyday family life, it heralds art for all.
A simply golden landscape at sunset, by the central figure in Impressionism and father of Post-Impressionism.
Two modest and simple landscapes, some of the first painted outdoors or ‘plein air’ using oil paints, which paved the way for Constable, Turner, and the Impressionists.
This watercolour landscape would not look out of place alongside the works of Turner and other masters 300 years later. It is one of many pioneering works by the versatile genius of the Northern Renaissance, Albrecht Dürer.
Cézanne’s final style, featuring his characteristic ‘constructive stroke’ with patches of colour built from groups of parallel brushstrokes, […]
Paul Cézanne has been repeatedly described as the ‘father’ of several of the major movements in painting which […]