Specialised in painting mothers and their children, and fisherfolk of the Channel coast, she was highly successful and advanced career prospects for women painters.
Their working methods could hardly have been more different, but they shared a common interest.
The first African-American painter to achieve international recognition. Worked in France, now largely forgotten in Europe.
The late Middle Ages saw many more frescoes and panel paintings survive, and tell stories in greater detail.
Thanks to painstaking work in the Mouton-Rothschild Collection, a new artist is being added to the canon of Impressionists.
A fuller account of one of the arch-enemies of the Impressionists. Was he so bad after all?
Taking stock on which narratives should be used, and what techniques should be used to represent them in paintings.
This excellent book is not to be rushed: the delight is in its detail.
It is time to abandon the prejudices of Ernest Fenollosa, and recognise Japanese yoga painting.
How a small group of Dutch merchants were able to bring Western influence to Japanese painting during the Edo period.