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Women artists

... celebrates and explores the connection between Plymouth and Japan, a connection which was recalled in Britain in the nineteenth-century as new relations ...

The archetype of the Creator is a familiar image in Blake's work. Here, the demiurgic figure Urizen prays before the world he has forged.

... celebrates and explores the connection between Plymouth and Japan, a connection which was recalled in Britain in the nineteenth-century as new relations ...

One of many portraits of its type, with a reversed Darnley face pattern, c. 1585–90, artist unknown

Scottish art in the nineteenth century

Windsor Magazine 1908 ...

Artist, Vincent van Gogh

Artemisia Gentileschi, Self-Portrait as the Allegory of Painting, 1638–9, Royal Collection

... celebrates and explores the connection between Plymouth and Japan, a connection which was recalled in Britain in the nineteenth-century as new relations ...

Bloomers

Artist, Diego Velázquez

In 1816 Edward joined his brother Alexander in New South Wales, establishing himself and his family at Woolloomooloo. The house was built almost twenty ...

Jane Seymour (left) became Henry's third wife, pictured at right with Henry and the young Prince Edward, c. 1545, by an unknown artist.

Here he depicts the social aspect of the disease, and its relation with living conditions at the close of the 19th century.

A Private View at the Royal Academy (1883) by William Powell Frith

Louis XIV visiting the Académie des sciences in 1671: "It is widely accepted that 'modern science' arose in the Europe of the 17th century, introducing a ...

Mother Goddess A miniature painting of the Pahari style, dating to the eighteenth century. Pahari and Rajput miniatures share many common features.

Sir Peter Paul Rubens - Portrait of the Artist - Google Art Project.jpg

A half-length painted portrait of a young woman with light brown hair, small

COV.May09.v.1d:cover.june.pp.corr 06/04/2009 16:02 Page 1. French art in the nineteenth-century ...

Early life[edit]

Painting of Edward at 9 years. Both the pose of the prince and his dress

Irish diaspora

Works with his sister Caroline[edit]

Pablo Picasso, 1901-02, Femme au café (Absinthe Drinker), oil on canvas, 73 cm × 54 cm (29 in × 21 in), Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Marriage[edit]

Cliff Richard Brussels.jpg

Casta - Luis de Mena, Virgin of Guadalupe and castas, 1750

The images throw new light on Frida Kahlo's work as an artist, a way of understanding her life in historical and cultural context, and a demonstration of ...

Royal entry

Memories_Lone Wolf (Hart M. Schultz) b

EARLY EVENING Painted in 1881, reworked in 1907 Winslow Homer , (American, 1836

Unknown artist, Portrait of Elizabeth I, 1570s

“Life is Good” by Francine Dufour Jones Materials: Jacquard's Pinata ink, rubbing alcohol, Ranger's Adirondack Ink and Adirondack Blending Solution, ...

Slaves in Suriname, early 19th century

Commissioned by the Ware family and painted from life, the portrait has a vitality and integrity born of truth. Its most distinctive feature is the strong ...

Early Autumn, 13th century, by Song loyalist painter Qian Xuan. The decaying lotus leaves and dragonflies hovering over stagnant water are probably a veiled ...

Influential female scientists born in the 19th century: Ada Lovelace, Marie Curie, Maria Montessori, and Emmy Noether

J. M. W. Turner, The Fighting Temeraire

Nineteenth-century paintings[edit]

Kanishka inaugurates Mahayana Buddhism in Kashmir.

Early success[edit]

Early life[edit]

A representation of a Mestizo, in a Pintura de Castas from New Spain during the late colonial period. The painting's caption states "Spanish and Indian ...

"The dowdy voluminous clothes of the earlier date, making the grandmother an old lady and the mother seem plain, ...

The Billingsgate Fish Market in the early 19th century

Eastern Europe

A multigenerational banquet depicted on a mural from Pompeii (1st century AD)

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A Mestizo man and his india wife, New Spain 1763, by Miguel Cabrera.

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Royal patronage and the tartan craze[edit]

Akbar as a boy

At the house of tailor by Boris Dubrov

On this fragment from a sarcophagus used in the early 4th century, Cupid and a butterfly-winged Psyche frame a portrait of the deceased, carried on an eagle ...

Overview

Henri Matisse, Landscape at Collioure, 1905, Museum of Modern Art, New York City. Fauvism a Modernist movement in Paris active from 1900–1907.

Joan Miró, 1920, Horse, Pipe and Red Flower, oil on canvas, 82.6 × 74.9 cm, Philadelphia Museum of Art. Exhibited Exposició d'Art francès d'Avantguarda, ...

Clockwise, from top left: Detail of the 11th-century Bayeux Tapestry, showing Harold Godwinson; 15th-century stained glass from York Minster, ...

Rembrandt van Rijn - Self-Portrait - Google Art Project.jpg

Lennart Anderson

Court painter[edit]

Harris jumps from his balloon to save his fiancée. Illustration from the late 19th Century.

1882 portrait by John Everett Millais commissioned by Queen Victoria and exhibited at the Royal Academy.

Marilyn and Roy Papp in a portrait by artist LeRoy Neiman

1917–19, Albertina, Vienna

Paying to cross a muddy Paris street (1817)

The Café des Aveugles in the basement of the Palais-Royal