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African Queen

Turner’s Modern World – Painting Times of Change

  • J.M.W. Turner, ‘Whalers (Boiling Blubber) Entangled in Flaw Ice, Endeavouring to Extricate Themselves’, c.1846, https://www.visithull.org/
  • J.M.W. Turner, ‘The Interior of a Cannon Foundry’, 1797-8, image source: tate.org.uk
  • J.M.W. Turner, ‘The Hero of A Hundred Fights’ c.1800-1810, image source: tate.org.uk
  • J.M.W. Turner, ‘The Field of Waterloo’, 1818, image source: tate.org.uk
  • J.M.W. Turner, ‘The Wreck’, 1836, image source: tate.org.uk
  • J.M.W. Turner, ‘Ploughing up Turnips near Slough (Windsor)’,1809, image source: tate.org.uk
  • J.M.W. Turner, ‘Slavers Throwing overboard the Dead and Dying—Typhoon coming on’, 1840, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • J.M.W. Turner, ‘Rain, Steam and Speed – The Great Western Railway’, 1844, image source: tate.org.uk
  • J.M.W. Turner, ‘War. The Exile and the Rock Limpet’, 1842, image source: tate.org.uk
  • J.M.W. Turner, ‘Peace – Burial at Sea’, 1842, image source: tate.org.uk

Museums: The Colonial Context

  • Jan Steen, ‘Fantasy Interior with Jan Steen and the Family of Gerrit Schouten’, 1659 – 1660, image source: Google Arts & Culture, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
  • Benedetto Gennari, ‘Portrait of Hortense Mancini, Duchess of Mazarin, as Diana’, 1688, image source: cultureand.org
  • Screenshot of the Tate wesbite, image source: tate.org.uk
  • William Wissing, ‘Mary Grimston’, 1675-84, image source: mystudios.com
  • Pierre Mignard, ‘Louise de Kéroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth’, 1682, image source: npg.org.uk

The Scottish National Gallery

  • Scottish School, ‘Interior of the National Gallery of Scotland’, 1867, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Sir Edwin Landseer, ‘Monarch of the Glen’, 1851, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Camille Pissarro, ‘Kitchen Gardens at L’Hermitage, Pontoise’, 1874, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Arthur Melville, ‘The Chalk Cutting’, 1898, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Joseph Farquharson, ‘Winter Day at Finzean’, 1901, author’s own photograph
  • Henry Raeburn, ‘Reverend Robert Walker (1755 – 1808) Skating on Duddingston Loch’, 1795, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Hendrick Avercamp, ‘Winter Landscape’, c.1630, image source: author’s own photograph

Matisse: A New Country

  • Henri Matisse, ‘Self Portrait’, 1900, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Henri Matisse, ‘Madeline II’, 1903, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Henri Matisse, ‘Pont St Michel’, 1900, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Henri Matisse, ‘Back’, 1907-8, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Henri Matisse, ‘Violinist at the Window’, 1918, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Henri Matisse, ‘Still Life with a Green Sideboard’, 1928, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Henri Matisse, ‘Interioir in Nice, A Siesta’, 1923, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Henri Matisse, ‘Dancer’, 1937, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Henri Matisse, ‘Interior in Yellow and Blue’, 1946, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Henri Matisse, ‘Still Life with a Magnolia’, 1941, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Henri Matisse, ‘Large Red Interior’, 1948, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph from outside the Centre Pompidou, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of glass detail outside the Centre Pompidou, image source: author’s own photograph

Deposits of Capodimonte: Stories to be Told

  • Outside the Museo di Capodimonte, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the exhibtion entrace, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the portraiture wall, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the sculpture garden, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph outside the museum, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Unknown sculpture, mage source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the whole sculpture garden, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the Oriental Room wall, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of Orientalist painting, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Vittorio Matteo Corco, ‘The Prayer’, unknown date, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the Landscape wall, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of Schellinks, ‘The Ice Skaters’, unknown date, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Deatil of Schellinks, ‘The Ice Skaters’, unknown date, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of Casciaro, ‘Naples from Posillipo’, unknown date, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of doorway displaying Annibale Caracci’s ‘Christ with Angels’, and ‘Virgin and Child’, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the Decorative Arts room, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the Italian Landscape wall, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of armour in front of a tapestry, image source: author’s own photograph
  • View of Mount Vesuvius from the Capodimonte, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of selecting the wall layout, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Examples of modern portraiture, image source: author’s own photograph
  • ‘The Angel of Chairty’, in the sculpture garden, image source: author’s own photograph
  • The 19th Century Paintings room, image source: author’s own photograph
  • In the Capodimonte Park, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the Author pointing to her name on the exhibtion contribution panel, image source: author’s own photograph

Panorama – The Curator’s Guide

  • Photograph of inside the exhibition, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Antonio Sant’Elia, ‘Untitled’, 1912, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Francesco Pedrini, ‘Tornado #6’, 2016, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Davide Tranchina, ‘Starry Street #1’, 2016, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Valentina d’Amaro, ‘Untitled (Viridis Series)’, 2016, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Filippo Minelli, ‘Untitled’, 2018, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Superstudio, ‘New New York (from The Continuous Monument)’, 1969-70, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Andrea De Stefani, ‘Smash-Up (Rino’s Flowerbed)’, 2017, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Margherita Moscardini, ‘Maquette’, 2013, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Marco Strappato, ’32 days at Rupert, Vilnius. Looking into the wood, dreaming palm trees’, 2017/2018, image source: author’s own photograph
  • David Casini, ‘Free space’, 2018, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Mauro Ceolin, ‘SL_playerUnknownBattlegrounds 28.03.2018, 2018 and DeerHuntLandscapes’, 2005/2006, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Mario Schifano, ‘Plain one, Plain two’, 1971, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of a pencil line drawn onto a yellow wall, image source: author’s own photograph

The Lady Lever Gallery

  • Outside the Lady Lever Gallery, image source: author’s own photograph
  • William Holman Hunt, ‘The Scapegoat’, 1854-55, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Photograph of John Everett-Millais, ‘Lingering Autumn’, 1890, hanging behind Jacob Epstein, ‘Deidre’, 1942, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of a room featuring Frederic Leighton’s painting ‘The Daphnephoria’, 1876, image source: author’s own photograph
  • JMW Turner, ‘Falls of the Clyde’, c.1840, image source: william-turner.org
  • John Philip, ‘La Lotería Nacional’, unknown date, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of a blue and white Jasperwear Wedgewood fireplace surround, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of a black and white Wedgewood tea set, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the gallery interior, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph demonstrating the hang-angle of the paintings, image source: author’s own photograph

Italian Modern Art at Museo Novecento a Napoli 1910 – 1980

  • 3 individual photographs of details of Edoardo Pansini, ‘Trittico con Figure Allegoriche’, 1912, image source: author’s own photographs
  • Full scale Edoardo Pansini, ‘Trittico con Figure Allegoriche’, 1912, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Giuseppe Casciaro, ‘Marina di Castro’, 1918, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Edgardo Curcio, ‘Figura di Donna in un Paese con Effetto di Sole’, 1915, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Guglielmo Pierce, ‘Silenzio dell’Aurora’, 1930, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the 1930s and 1940s room, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Mario Cartiello ‘Nudo (o La Dormiente)’, 1936, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Giovanni Brancaccio, entitled ‘Risposto’ (Rest), 1928, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Euginio Viti, ‘Capri da Massalubrense’, c.1930, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Emilio Notte, ‘1 Maggio’ (1st May), 1956, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Emilio Greco, ‘Sculpture of a Woman’, 1956, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Giuseppe Desiato, ‘Monumento’, 1965, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Panoramic photograph of the view of Naples from the Castel San’Elmo, image source: author’s own photograph

Nordic Craft and Design

  • Selection of 4 photographs showing Carola and Daniel Olsen’s printed fabrics (1964) for Heal’s Fabrics LTD, image source: author’s own photographs
  • Photograph of a three-legged table and chairs set (1952) by Hans Wenger, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photogrpah of three black and white dresses, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of a glove cabinet by Danish designer Finn Juhl for Onecollection (2015), image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the ‘The Chieftain’s Chair’ by Finn Juhl, 1949, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of a set of ceramic cups, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of a display of chairs and furniture, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of a metal coffee set, image source: author’s own photograph

All Too Human: Bacon, Freud, and a Century of Painting Life

  • Photograph of a wall of paintings featuring John Everett Millais’ famous work, ‘Ophelia’, image source: author’s own photograph
  • John Singer Sargent, ‘Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose’, 1885–6, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of a vistor standing in front of 3 Francis Bacon paintings, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Francis Bacon, ‘Study after Velazquez’, 1905, image source: author’s own photograph
  • F.N Souza, ‘Citadel’, 1961, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Lucien Freud, ‘Man’s Head (Self-Portrait)’, 1963, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Michael Andrews, ‘Melanie and Me Swimming’, 1978-9, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Jenny Saville, ‘Reverse’, 2002-3, image source: author’s own photograph

This Class Works

  • Pete McKee, ‘Apline Pop, 2018, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Pete McKee, ‘Rise High’, 2018, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of the exhibition, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Pete McKee, unknown title after Vermeer, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of visitors at the exhibition, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Photograph of visitors looking at photographs, image source: author’s own photograph

Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga

  • Joaquim Sunyer, ‘Mediterráneo’, c. 1910-1911, image source: carmenthyssenmalaga.org
  • Paul Signac, ‘St Tropez, The Quay’, 1899, image source: Public Domain Wikipedia Commons
  • Nicolau Raurich, ‘Barcelona’, 1909, image source: museunacional.cat
  • Charles Camoin, ‘Harbour of Cassis with Two Tartanes’, c.1905, image source: carmenthyssenmalaga.org
  • Pablo Picasso, ‘Two Pigeons’, 1957, image source: pablopicasso.org
  • Raoul Dufy, ‘The Studio by the Sea’, 1945, image source: carmenthyssenmalaga.org
  • Josep de Togores’ landscape ‘Paisatge de Bandol’, 1916, image source: carmenthyssenmalaga.org

Modigliani, Tate Modern

  • Amadeo Modigliani, ‘The Cellist’, 1909, image source: Public Domain Wiki Art
  • Amadeo Modigliani, ‘Paul Guillaume, Seated’, 1916, image source: secretmodigliani.com
  • Amadeo Modigliani, ‘Reclining Nude on a White Cushion’, c.1917, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Amadeo Modigliani, ‘The Little Peasant’, c.1918, image source: tate.org.uk
  • Amadeo Modigliani, ‘Jeanne Hebuterne’, 1920, image source: secretmodigliani.com
  • Amadeo Modigliani, ‘Self Portrait’, 1919, image source: Public Domain Wiki Art

The Graves Gallery, Sheffield

  • Frank Owen Dobson, ‘Nude’, 1947, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Eugène Boudin , ‘Plage en Normandie’, 1890, image source: artuk.org
  • Giovanni Battista, ‘The Adulteress Before Christ’, 1735, image source: artuk.org

Received Dissent: An American Mail Art Project

  • Photograph of the outside of the Grave’s Art Gallery, images source: theoutdoorcity.co.uk
  • Nancy Reitkopf, ‘Luggage Labels’, 1968, image source: author’s own photograph
  • Lil Pickard, ‘Burned Bowtie’, 1968, image source: williamncopley.com
  • Betty Dodson, ‘Friends’, 1968, image source: moma.org

Art Introductions

The Harlem Renaissance

  • Aaron Douglas, ‘Into Bondage’, 1936, image source:  nga.gov
  • Aaron Douglas, ‘Aspiration’, 1936, image source: whitney.org
  • James Van Der Zee, ‘Self Portrait’, 1918, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • James Van Der Zee, ‘Future Expectations (Wedding Day)’, 1926, image source: annex.umma.umich.edu
  • Aaron Douglas, ‘Into Bondage’, 1936, image source: muddycolours
  • Jacob Lawrence, Panel 3 from the Migration Series: From every southern town migrants left by the hundreds to travel north, 1940-41, image source: The New York Times

Shin-Hanga

  • Yōshū (Hashimoto) Chikanobu, The Emperor Meiji, His Wife, and Prince Haru, 1887, image source: metmuseum.org
  • Hiroshi Yoshida, ‘El Capitan’, 1925, image source: colectingjapaneseprints
  • Ohara Koson, ‘Blue Irises’, 1934, image source: pintrest.com
  • Ohara Koson, ‘Two Cranes’, unknown date, image source: wikiart.org
  • Hiroshi Yoshida, ‘Sekishozan’, 1940, image source: artsy.net
  • Hiroshi Yoshida, ‘Glittering Sea’, 1926, image source: artsy.net
  • Hiroshi Yoshida, ‘Fujiyama from Okitsu’, 1928, image source: wikiart.org
  • Okuyama Gihachirom, ‘Kujukushima Islands’, 1949, image source: miwajapaneseart
  • Okuyama Gihachiro, ‘Sunset in Fujiko’, 1948, image source: artjapanese
  • Hiroshi Yoshida, ‘Winter in Taguchi’, 1927, image source: atlasofplaces

Der Blaue Reiter

  • Wassily Kandinsky, ‘Composition 8’, 1923, image source: wassilykandinsky.net
  • Wassily Kandinsky, ‘Romantic Landscape’, 1911, image source: arthistoryproject
  • Wassily Kandinsky, ‘Der Blaue Reider’, 1903, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Gabriele Münter, ‘Sunset over Staffelsee’, 1910-11, image source: Pintrest – Albert Russo
  • Wassily Kandinsky, ‘Lyrisches’, 1911, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Close-up of Franz Marc, ‘Blue Horse I’, 1911, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Wassily Kandinsky, Cover of Der Blaue Reider Almanac, 1912, image source: meisterdrucke.uk

Regionalism

  • Dale Nichols, ‘Platte Valley Summer’, 1969, image source: Georgia Museum of Art
  • John Steuart Curry, ‘Tornado over Kansas’, 1929, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Thomas Hart Benton, ‘The Sheephearder’, 1957, image source: American Museum of Western Art
  • Thomas Hart Benton, ‘Chilmark Landscape’, 1922, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Emil Kosa Jr., ‘Driving Along the Old Road’, 1940, image source: blogs.chapman.edu
  • Grant Wood, ‘American Gothic’, 1930, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Charles T. Bowling, ‘Texas Landscape’, 1936, image source: thegracemuseum.org
  • Edward Hopper, ‘Gas’, 1940, image source: Museum of Modern Art

The Baghdad Modern Art Group

  • Shakir Hassan Al Said, ‘Evacuation, We Will Return’, 1983, image source: Barjeel Art Foundation
  • Shakir Hassan Al Said, ‘The Articulate Cockerel’, 1954, image source: Barjeel Art Foundation
  • Jawad Saleem, ‘Untitled’, 1957, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Jawad Saleem, ‘Siesta’, c.1950, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Jawad Saleem, ‘Woman Selling Material’, 1953, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Photograph of a visitor looking at artworks by The Baghdad Modern Art Group at the Misk Art Institute, image source: miskartinstitute.org

The Macchiaioli

  • Telemaco Signorini, ‘Il Muro Bianco’, 1866, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Telemaco Signorini, ‘Ward of the Madwomen at S. Bonifazio’, 1865, image source: wikiart
  • Giovanni Fattori, ‘La Lettera al Campo’, 1873-5, image source: artslife.com
  • Close-up of Vincenzo Cabianca, ‘Al Sole’, 1866, image source: zabarella.it
  • Giuseppe Abatti, ‘Stradina al Sole’, 1863, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Giovanni Fattorini, ‘The Arno at Bellariva’, 1870, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Giovanni Fattorini, ‘On The Lookout’, 1871-2, image source: Getty Images
  • Telemaco Signorini, ‘Via Torta, Firenze’, 1870, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain

Marianne North

  • Photograph of Marianne North, 1879 image source: kew.org
  • Marianne North, ‘Distant View of Mount Fujiyama, Japan, and Wistaria’, 1876 image source: kew.org
  • Marianne North, ‘Banksia of Tasmania’, 1881 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne North, ‘Foliage and Flowers of a Tree Commonly Cultivated in Warm Countries’, c.1870 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne North, ‘An Old Red Cedar on the Rocks near West Manchester, Massachusetts’, 1871 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne North, ‘Bamboos and Cocoanut Palm’, c.1870 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne North, ‘Nepenthes Northiana’, c. 1876 image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Marianne North, ‘The Kluet Volcano from Ngantang, Java’, 1876 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne North, ‘The Kluet Volcano from Ngantang, Java’, 1875 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne North, ‘Armed Bird’s Nest in Acacia Bush, Chile’, c.1880 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne North, ‘Study of Olives, Painted in Italy’, 1875 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne North, ‘View of Lake Wakatipe, New Zealand (Lake Wakatipu’), c.1880 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne North, ‘View from the Steps of Table Mountain through a Wood of Silver Trees’, c.1872 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne Foliage, ‘Flowers and Fruit of an African Tree, Painted in India’, 1878 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne Foliage, ‘View from Collaroy, New South Wales, Looking towards the Liverpool Down’s, c.1880 image source: artuk.org
  • Marianne North, ‘Branch of a Grevillea and a View on the Swan River, West Australia’, c.1880 image source: artuk.org

Robert Seldon Duncanson 

  • Photograph of Robert Duncanson, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Close up of Robert Duncanson, ‘Landscape with Rainbow’, 1859, image source: americanart.si.edu
  • Robert Duncanson, ‘A Dream of Italy’, 1865, image source: artsbma.org
  • Robert Duncanson, ‘Chapultepec Castle’, 1860, image source: Google Arts and Culture
  • Robert Duncanson, ‘Landscape with Rainbow’, 1859, image source: americanart.si.edu
  • Robert Duncanson, ‘Owl’s Head Mountain’, 1864, image source: gallery.ca
  • Robert Duncanson, ‘Vesuvius and Pompeii’, 1870, image source: americanart.si.edu
  • Robert Duncanson, ‘Scottish Landscape’, 1871, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Robert Duncanson, ‘Waterfall Mont Morency’, 1864, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Robert Duncanson, ‘Ellen’s Isle’, c.1870, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Robert Duncanson, ‘Pompeii, 1871, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain

L. A. Ring – Master of the Danish Landscape

  • Knud Erik Larsen, ‘The Painter L. A. Ring’, 1901, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • L. A. Ring, ‘Thaw’, 1901, image source: scandinavianstandard.com
  • L. A. Ring, ‘Sommerdag ved Roskilde Fjord’, 1900, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • L. A. Ring, ‘Winter Day in Roskilde’, 1929, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • L. A. Ring, ‘Village street in Baldersbrønde’, 1905, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • L. A. Ring, ‘Road in the Village of Baldersbrønde (Winter Day)’, 1912, image source: artuk.org
  • L. A. Ring, ‘Landscape with Poplars. September Evening’, 1895, image source: scandinavianstandard
  • L. A. Ring, ‘Stream through green fields with marsh marigold in bloom’, 1901, image source: invaluable.com
  • L. A. Ring, ‘Winter Landscape’, 1915, image source: bruun-rasmussem.dk

Irma Stern – Post-Impressionsim meets German Expressionsim

  • Close up of an Irma Stern painting, image source: sothebys.com 
  • Photograph of Irma Stern, image source: revisions.co.za
  • Irma Stern, ‘View across Vineyard’, 1930, image source: sothebys.com
  • Irma Stern, Spring – Namakwaland, 1933, image source straussart.co.za
  • Irma Stern, ‘Near Amanzimtoti’, 1936, image source: media.mutualart.com
  • Irma Stern, ‘Cape Landscape’, 1934, image source: sothebys.com
  • Irma Stern, ‘Ripe Fields’, 1934, image source: artnet.com
  • Irma Stern, ‘A Congolese River Landscape’, 1942, image source: artnet.com
  • Irma Stern, ‘The Grand Canal – Venice’, 1948, image source: artafricamagazine.org
  • Irma Stern, ‘Congo Landscape’, 1945, image source: mutualart.com

George E. Marston – The Artist of Antarctica

  • Photograph of the artist George Marston, image source: reddit.com
  • George Marston, ‘Sailing towards Elephant Island through Open Pack Ice, Weddell Sea’, 1915, image source: artuk.org
  • George Marston, ‘Mount F. L. Smith, 6,367 Feet, Antarctic Regions’, 1912, image source: artuk.org
  • George Marston, ‘Looking East from Lookout Point, Men and Penguins, Elephant Island, 1916’, 1917, image source: artuk.org
  • George Marston, ‘Sailing towards Elephant Island through Open Pack Ice, Weddell Sea’, 1915, image source: artuk.org
  • George Marston, ‘Look-Out from a Camp on a Large Ice Floe, Weddell Sea’, 1915, image source: artuk.org
  • George Marston, ‘Shackleton’s Snow-Covered Hut at Cape Royds’, 1907, image source: artuk.org
  • George Marston, ‘Antarctic Sea and Landscape’, c.1930, image source: artuk.org
  • George Marston, ‘McMurdo Sound from the Deck of the ‘Nimrod’, 1907,  image source: artuk.org
  • George Marston, ‘Full Moon in Winter’, 1909, image source: coolantarctica.com
  • George Marston, ‘The Returning Sun’, 1909, image source: coolantarctica.com
  • George Marston, ‘The Autumn Sunset’, 1909, image source: meisterdrucke.uk

Kyffin Williams – Landscapes from Anglesey to Patagonia

  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Buildings in Patagonia’, 1969, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Hill Farm in Merioneth’, 1958, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Mynydd Bodafon, Anglesey’, 1958, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Barn in a Patagonian Landscape’, 1969, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Cottages, Eryri’, c.1970, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Above Carneddi, No. 2’, 1985, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Bryn Cader Faner’, 2000, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Farmer with Following Dog’, c.1990, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Cottages, Cilgwyn’, unknown date, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Farm at Cesarae’, unknown date, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Snowdonia’, c.1950, image source: artuk.org
  • Kyffin Williams, ‘Lle Cul, Patagonia’, 1969, image source: artuk.org

Paintings of Quarantine

  • Giorgio de Chirico, ‘Piazza d’Italia con Piedistallo Vuoto’, 1950, image source: apollo-magazine.com
  • Photograph of Malaga, image source: https://www.theguardian.com/world/gallery/2020/mar/15/europe-empties-its-streets-to-slow-coronavirus-in-pictures
  • Photograph of Naples, image source: https://www.theguardian.com/world/gallery/2020/mar/15/europe-empties-its-streets-to-slow-coronavirus-in-pictures
  • Photograph of Paris, image source: https://www.theguardian.com/world/gallery/2020/mar/15/europe-empties-its-streets-to-slow-coronavirus-in-pictures
  • David Inshaw, ‘She Did Not Turn’, 1974, image source: davidinshaw.net
  • David Inshaw, ‘The Badminton Game’, 1972-3, image source: davidinshaw.net
  • Edward Hopper, ‘Cape Cod Morning’, 1950, image source: americanart.si.edu
  • Edward Hopper, ‘Morning Sun’, 1952, image source: edward-hopper.org
  • David Lake, ‘Wicker in Winter’, c. 2018, image source: woburnmosaic.co.uk

Ruth Millington on Coffee, Chagall & Challenging the Art World

  • Watercolour portrait of Ruth Millington by Danny Howes, image source: acquired directly from Ruth Millington
  • Giorgio de Chirico, ‘The Revolt of the Sage’, 1916, image source: estorickcollection.com
  • Photograph of paint and paint brushes, image source: Unsplash, courtesy of Anna Kolosyuk
  • Old-fashioned portrait covered in graffiti, image source: Unsplash, courtesy of Henrik Dønnestad
  • Painting by Danny Howes of five men on a sofa, image source: dannyhowes.com

The Story of Landscape

  • Van der Neer, ‘Winter Landscape with Skaters and Kolf Players’, date unknown, image source: artnet.com
  • Giovanni Bellini, ‘St Jerome in the Wilderness’, 1460, image source: barber.org.uk
  • Lorenzo Lotto, ‘St Jerome Doing Penitence in the Desert’, 1506, image source: louvre.fr
  • Joachim Patinir, ‘Landscape with St Jerome’, 1520, image source: museodelprado.es
  • Albrecht Altdorfer, ‘Landscape with a Footbridge’, 1518-20, image source: nationalgallery.org.uk
  • Dutch School, ‘A Winter Landscape With Figures Skating’, 17th Century, image source: paintingandframe.com
  • Claude Lorrain, ‘The Ford’, 1636, image source: metmuseum.org
  • Thomas Gainsborough, ‘Wooded Landscape with a Cottage and a Shepard’, 1748 -1750, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • JMW Turner, ‘Slave Ship’, 1840  image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • John Constable, ‘The Hay Wain’, 1821, image source: nationalgallery.org.uk
  • Claude Monet, ‘Impression Sunrise’, 1872, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain

Living Artists: The World’s Most Expensive Artworks

  • David Hockney, ‘Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)’, 1972, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Jasper Johns, ‘Flag’, 1958, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • David Hockney, ‘Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)’, 1972, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Jasper Johns, ‘False Start’, 1959,  image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Jeff Koons, ‘Balloon Dog (Orange)’, 1955, image source: artsy.net
  • Gerhard Richter, ‘Abstraktes Bild’, 1987, image source: gerhard-richter.com
  • Damien Hirst, ‘Golden Calf’, 2008, image source: damienhirst.com

A Closer Look: Jan Van Eyck’s The Arnolfini Portrait

  • Jan van Eyck, ‘The Arnolfini Portrait’, 1434, image source: nationalgallery.org.uk
  • Jan van Eyck, ‘Virgin of Canon van der Paele’, 1436, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Detail of Jan van Eyck, ‘The Arnolfini Portrait’, 1434, image source: nationalgallery.org.uk
  • Detail of Jan van Eyck, ‘The Arnolfini Portrait’, 1434, image source: nationalgallery.org.uk

Art in Depth

Thomas Jones

  • Thomas Jones, ‘A Wall in Naples’, 1782, image source:  The National Gallery
  • Thomas Jones, ‘Naples: Buildings on a Cliff Top’, 1782, image source: tate.org.uk
  • Thomas Jones, ‘House at Naples’, 1782, image source:  Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Thomas Jones, ‘The Bard’, 1774, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Thomas Jones, ‘The Capella Nuova outside the Porta di Chiaja’, 1782, image source: tate.org.uk
  • Richard Wilson, ‘Lake Avernus’, 1752, image source: tate.org.uk
  • Thomas Jones, ‘Buildings in Naples’, 1782, image source: artuk.org
  • Thomas Jones, ‘Mount Vesuvius from Torre dell’Annunziata near Naples’, 1783 image source: tate.org.uk
  • Thomas Jones, ‘Buildings in Naples with the North-East Side’, 1782 image source: artuk.org
  • Thomas Jones, ‘Rooftops in Naples’, 1782, image source: artuk.org
  • Thomas Jones, ‘A House in Naples’, 1782, image source: The Whitworth
  • Thomas Jones, ‘The Bay of Naples and the Mole Lighthouse’, 1782, image source: tate.org.uk
  • Pierre-Henri de Valenciennes, ‘Farm Buildings at the Villa Farnese – Two Poplar Trees’, 1780, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Francis Towne, ‘Bay of Naples’, 1785 image source: francistowne.ac.uk
  • Giovanni Battista Lusieri, ‘A View of the Bay of Naples, Looking Southwest from the Pizzofalcone Toward Capo di Posilippo’, 1791, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Thomas Jones, ‘View of the Campi Flegrei from the Camaldolese Convent near Naples’, 1783, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Telemaco Signorini, ‘Via Torta, Firenze’, 187, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Renato Natali, ‘Vecchia Livorno’, 1918, image source: artnet.com
  • Thomas Jones, ‘A Field near Pencerrig’, 1776, image source: National Museum Wales
  • Thomas Jones, ‘An Imaginary Coast Scene with the Temple of Venus at Baiae’, 1773, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain 

Victorian Sculpture and the British Empire

  • William Theed’s sculpture ‘Africa’ on the Albert Memorial, image source: victorianweb.org
  • Detail of Theed’s ‘Africa’, image source: Constant, flikr.com
  • Black and white photoraph of the Albert Memorial, image source: alondoninheritance.com
  • Thomas Brock, ‘Queen Victoria’ sculpture, Capetown, 1889, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Detail of Thomas Brock, ‘Queen Victoria’ sculpture, Capetown, 1889, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Edward Onslow Ford, ‘Gordon of Khartoum’ sculpture, 1906, Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Statue of Gordon of Khartoum at Brompton Barracks, c.1900, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain

Art and Repatriation

  • Photograph of Hoa Hakananai’a, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Photograph of the Rosetta Stone, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Photograph of a visitor looking at Benin Bronzes, image source: voanews.com
  • Selection of Pacific shields and weaponry taken by James Cook, image source: museocapodimonte.beniculturali.it

Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga & Romauld Hazoumè

  •  Photograph of Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga painting, image source: octobergallery.co.uk
  • Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga, ‘Fragile II’, 2018, image source: octobergallery.co.uk
  • Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga, 2018, image source: octobergallery.co.uk
  • Romuald Hazoumè, Romanella, 2018, image source: supamodu.com
  • Photograph of Hazoumè’s ‘La Bouche de Roi’, 2007, image source: Dippingmytoes, flikr.com
  • Drawing of the plan of the Brooks slave ship, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Detail of Hazoumè’s ‘La Bouche de Roi’, 2007, image source: aestheticamagazine.com

The Forgotten Renaissance

  • Cimabue, ‘Enthroned Madonna and Child with Angels’, 1280-90, image source: nationalgallery.org.uk
  • Deatil of Jan van Eyck, ‘Ghent Altarpiece’, 1432, image source: khanacademy.org
  • Jan van Eyck, ‘Ghent Altarpiece’, 1432, image source: khanacademy.org
  • Giovanni di Niccolo Mansueti, ‘St Jerome in a Landscape’, 1460, image source: artuk.org
  • Jan de Beer, ‘Penitent St. Jerome in a Landscape’, 1520-25
  • Joachim Patinir, ‘Landscape with Saint Jerome’, 1516 – 1517, image source: museodelprado.es
  • Pieter Bruegel the Elder , ‘Hunters in the Snow’, 1565, image source: Google Arts & Culture

The Secrets of Caillebotte’s ‘Floor Scrapers’, 1875

  • Gustave Caillebotte, ‘Floor Scrapers’, 1875, image source: Google Arts & Culture
  • Gustave Caillebotte,  ‘Le Pont d’Europe’, 1881, image source: Google Arts & Culture
  • Gustave Caillebotte,  ‘Le Pont d’Europe’, 1881, image source: Google Arts & Culture, image edited by Author
  • Gustave Caillebotte,  ‘Study for Le Pont d’Europe’, 1881, image source: Google Arts & Culture, image edited by Author
  • Gustave Caillebotte,  ‘Le Pont d’Europe’, 1881, image source: Google Arts & Culture, image edited by Author
  • Gustave Caillebotte, ‘Balcony on Boulevard Haussmann’, 1880, image source: artsy.net
  • Gustave Caillebotte, ‘Man at his Bath’, 1884, image source: Google Arts & Culture 
  • David Hockney, ‘Peter Getting out of Nick’s Pool’, 1966, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain

The British Country House: Re-curating our Colonial Legacy

  • National Trust logo overlaid on a photograph of an unknown country house, image source: nationaltrust.org.uk
  • Photograph of the exterior of Chartwell House, image source: tripadvisor.co.uk
  • Photograph of an ornate interior at Waddesdon Manor, image source: thetimesofisrael.com
  • Photograph of the exterior of Hardwick Hall, image source: nationaltrust.org.uk
  • Photograph of the exterior of Cragside, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • John Bell, American Slave, The Armstrong Collection, National Trust, Cragside, image source: Caitlin Beach, http://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/summer16/beach-on-john-bell-american-slave-context-of-production-and-patronage
  • Detail of John Bell, American Slave, The Armstrong Collection, National Trust, Cragside, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Polychrome cigar casket supported by tobacco slaves, on display at Cragside, image source: Caitlin Beach, http://www.19thc-artworldwide.org/summer16/beach-on-john-bell-american-slave-context-of-production-and-patronage

Toppling Statues – A Webinar Review

  • Photograph of a statue of Robert Milligan, head covered in African fabric and holding a Black Lives Matter Sign, image source: Wikipedia Commons Public Domain
  • Photograph of a vandalised statue of Jame Cook in Hyde Park, Sydney, image source: https://www.tweeddailynews.com.au/
  • Photograph of the sculpture of Cecil Rhodes during the Rhodes Must Fall protests, image source: theguardain.com
  • Photograph of Charles II Sculpture in Soho Square London, image source: http://www.speel.me.uk/sculptlondon/sohosq.htm
  • Photograph of Edward Colston statue in Bristol being toppled, image source: theguardian.com
  • Vandalized confederate statue in Nashville, Tennessee, image source: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/375417318937478119/ 
  • Confederate statue being toppled in California, image source: https://calmatters.org/multimedia/2020/07/whats-left-of-confederate-monuments-in-california/
  • James George Smith Neill statue in Ire Scotland, image source:  Wikipedia Commons Public Domain

Favourite Paintings

  • Van Gogh, ‘Wheat Field with Cypresses’, 1889, image source: nationalgallery.org.uk
  • Cassi Namoda, ‘Ritual Prayer in Ibo Island’, 2019, image source: news.artnet.com
  • Frederic Bazille, ‘Bathers (Summer Scene)’, 1869, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Aert Van der Neer, ‘Winter Landscape with Skaters on a Frozen River’, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Sandro Botticelli, ‘The Birth of Venus’, 1485-89, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • James McNeil Whistler, ‘Nocturne in Black and Gold’, c.1872-77, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Claude Monet, ‘Impression Sunrise’, 1872, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Paul Cezanne, ‘Bathers’, 1905, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Paul Cezanne, ‘Mont Sainte Victoire with Large Pine’, 1887, image source: courtauld.ac.uk
  • Claude Lorraine, ‘Pastoral Landscape The Roman Campagna’, 1639, image source: useum.org
  • Pablo Picasso, ‘Bathers Watching an Aeroplane’, 1920, image source: pablo-ruiz-picasso.net
  • Charles Camoin, ‘Harbour of Cassis with Two Tartanes’, 1905, image source: museothyssen.org
  • Raoul Dufy, ‘L’atelier au bord de la mer’, 1945, image source: christies.com
  • Romuald Hazoumé, ‘Mask’ from the ‘Made in Porto-Novo’ collection, image source: corridor8.co.uk
  • Pablo Picasso, ‘Pigeons’, 1957, image source: pablopicasso.org
  • Henri Rousseau, ‘Toll Gate’, 1890, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Aert Van der Neer, ‘Winter Landscape with Skaters and Kolf Players’, date unknown, image source: christies.com
  • David Hockney, ‘Peter Getting Out of Nicks Pool’, 1967, image source: Wikipedia Public Domain
  • Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga, ‘Fragile 1’, 2019, image source: octobergallery.com
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