Not only did he help advance the mainstream Impressionists and their careers, but he led the way in his paintings. Happy 200th birthday!
When he was in Munich, he did much more than just drink lots of red wine and champagne. Here are his experimental paintings from the period.
A unique opportunity to see the works of four of Australia’s most important painters, and to broaden understanding of Impressionism.
Understanding his constant search and the forces that changed his painting is key to deeply appreciating his genius.
The major problems in oil painting had been solved before the van Eycks. One was a reliable supply of solvent/diluent spirits.
Known only to the French, his pointillism, Symbolism, and bold use of colour bring startling results.
Railways and painting have been intertwined since 1844. Turner, Manet, Monet, van Gogh, and others show how.