"Look again. There's a lot more to see."
Cultured Wednesday: Diefenbach’s Fairy Dance
Diefenbach was an early 'Lebensreformer' and an amazing painter.
Cultured Wednesday: Barber’s Suspense
In this house we have three reasonably little girls and three reasonably big dogs. It's unbelievable that we haven't had any of Charles Burton Barber's paintings on our family website before!
Cultured Wednesday: Aagaard’s Forests
Aagaard’s work is especially notable for his inclusion of historical architecture and ruins, which he often located in epic and romantic milieu.
Our Own Dear John Ronald: Myth and Truth
Blessed are the legend-makers with their rhyme / of things not found within recorded time.
Cultured Wednesday: Macara’s Winter Fun
Andrew Macara travels extensively gathering images for paintings from around the world, but his native Derbyshire continues to feature in many paintings – particularly the Winter scenes.
Cultured Wednesday: Spitzweg’s Poor Poet
Meet one of Spitzweg's fine eccentrics.