Dame Laura Knight: Sunday afternoon in Hyde Park

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Louis Valtat: Le vase de fleurs

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Van Gogh and Japan: Part 3

Japan in Arles “In early 1888, Van Gogh moved to Arles in the south of France, where he hoped to establish an art colony. Believing that painting could be reinvented through the genre of portraiture, he encouraged his fellow artists to paint themselves, and then to exchange the canvases. After receiving self-portraits from Emile Bernard…

Johann Sebastian Bach: Christmas Cantata BWV 62

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Dame Laura Knight: ‘I Paint Today’

“At the Edge of the Cliff is one of the strongest works in this clifftop series. The young woman in her striking striped blue and white skirt and white jumper has a timeless quality to her, her outfit feeling as modern to a contemporary audience as it did over 100 years ago. She stands on the…

Franz Marc: Blue Horse I (1911)

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Vincent van Gogh: L’homme est en mer (1889)

“Painted at Saint-Rémy in October 1889, Van Gogh’s haunting depiction of a young mother, pining for her husband away at sea, is a brilliant example of the artist’s transformative vision of a time-honoured subject… L’Homme est en mer is Van Gogh’s own interpretation of a work of the same title by his contemporary, the French…