Corinth’s paintings changed visibly after his major stroke in December 1911. Was this the result of that stroke?
Three major paintings: a complex triptych, Saint George and the Dragon, and an extraordinary Indian fantasy cityscape.
At the peak of his career, he tackled his most complex classical myth, painted a patron in the South Tirol, and the founder of modern zoos. And then…
His mother’s death stopped him painting and turned him into a recluse for a while. He then painted his way through his grief.
As he celebrates his 50th birthday, his young family are growing in size and number. More brilliant paintings, and more success.
Why are there two tortoises in the foreground of Moreau’s ‘Orpheus’? After a journey through Zen Buddhism, fables, and political allegory, the answer may be more obvious.
A series of paintings of beautiful women, culminating in a large work featuring hundreds of female figures. The artist had one thing on his mind.