New Zealand landscapes painted between 1870 and 1900, including major features that have since vanished in a huge volcanic eruption.
In case you missed or have forgotten them: some of the highlights of articles on paintings published here from Jan to June last year.
From Church’s view of Niagara, Bierstadt in the Sierra Nevada, to two early landscape views of Ferdinand Hodler.
Palaces of Albert VII, Rubens’ own Het Steen, an imposing Swiss castle, Wivenhoe Park in hiding, and an Australian pastoral station.
Superb, finely detailed views of Australia and New Zealand from its foremost landscape painter of the late 19th century.
As a surveyor and civil engineer, he was more familiar with the inside of a tent than an office. Paintings of Malaya, Singapore and New Zealand.