Thursday, February 24, 2022

John Everett Millais, A Baron Numbering his Vassals, 1850


Annie Miller, 1877 Rossetti


The Open Door before May 1844 William Henry Fox Talbot British


Fanny Cornforth


#otd in 1909, #PreRaphaelite model, pub landlady, art gallery owner, nurse, friend, and woman who got blamed for everything, Fanny Cornforth died in Graylingwell Asylum. My biography of her extraordinary life is out in May

Barrage Balloons outside a British Port, Eric Ravilious, 1940


t appears to depict Sheerness in Kent in the early years of WW2. The original artwork is in the collection of


'Disturbance of the peace" by contemporary UK artist Dee Nickerson


Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Castle Hill on the Sussex Downs', Julian Bell, oil on canvas,


Julian Bell and Roger Fry Playing Chess, c.1930s - Bell, Vanessa


Evelyn de Morgan, The Crown of Glory (1896)


Marina Elphick, contemporary UK batik artist


John Atkinson Grimshaw @artistgrimshaw · Roundhay Lake, Leeds


Gennaro, A Venetian Nobleman, George Frederic Watts,


'Wrap Thy Form' by Hannah Frank (1908–2008)


William Turner @artistturner · Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, 1796


'Cool Blues' by Vicky Oldfield, contemporary UK printmaker


Under the Old Malthouse, Hambledon, Surrey by Helen Allingham


The River Severn at Shrewsbury, Shropshire, 1770 by Paul Sandby


 Paul Sandby RA (1731 – 7 November 1809) was an English map-maker turned landscape painter in watercolours, who, along with his older brother Thomas, became one of the founding members of the Royal Academy in 1768.

Chalk Cliffs near Swanage', Philip Leslie Moffat Ward


watercolour on paper, 1931.



The Coat of Many Colours by Louis Ginnett, 1926


Brighton useum

John Everett Millais Pomona, 1882


John Everett Millais, The Hidden Treasure, 1864


Walter Steggles' painting of a calm and deserted summer's day in Aldeburgh