She lived mainly in Tokyo from 1899-1914, where she learned colour woodcut prints. A small selection of her wonderful work from there and Mexico.
They start moving to Le Cannet, on the Mediterranean coast, and marry at last. He returns to painting intimate scenes of Marthe, notably of her in the bath.
He ran off to Rome with another lover, leaving Marthe in the south of France. More fine paintings – including one of his best.
A long-time friend of Ferdinand Hodler, he was a fine maker of portrait prints, and documented Hodler at work in sketches.
She mastered drypoint, aquatint, and monotype processes, combining them to produce superb prints – as well as wonderful pastel paintings.
The evolution of her painting in oils and pastels, and the start of her print-making – which was to become so important in her later work.
In the years to 1879, she became skilled in different media, including pastels, and her style transformed to Impressionism.
Some of his last magical paintings of the Norwegian mountains and farms, and a brief overview of the development of his prints.
Known exclusively for his illustrations, Doré painted many large works in oils. He was a master story-teller in those too.
This series was Hogarth’s attempt to reduce the amount and severity of cruelty to animals by linking that to crime and murder of humans.