Paintings by Vuillard, Pierre Bonnard, Dagnan-Bouveret, LA Ring, and others all completed a century ago.
Two paintings by van Gogh, and others show open fires and stoves heating homes and other places up to 1930.
From Rebecca Solomon’s Appointment (1861), through Cézanne’s clock without any hands, to Christian Krohg’s at almost midnight.
Reflections seen in landscapes from Dürer’s pioneering watercolour, through Poussin and Turner to Monet, Sisley and Neo-Impressionists.
The Grim Reaper, complete with scythe, first appeared in the Middle Ages and became popular in the 19th century. It’s one of the few phrases drawn from visual art.
More wives from Raffaela Zeppa, through Lovis Corinth’s Charlotte Berend, to Pierre Bonnard’s Marthe, plus two husbands.
Two specialists in the sub-genre, John Godward and John Singer Sargent, show us how to chill out in their paintings.
This is when the year should really begin. A celebration of the real New Year from Botticelli to Pissarro, aided by Sisley, Van Gogh and others.
As they were being replaced by tiles and slates, thatched roofs started to become fashionable, and are now popular tourist attractions. Paintings of thatch from the 20th century.
Fine paintings from 1921 by Pierre Bonnard, wildlife artist Bruno Liljefors, Colin Campbell Cooper, and others.