Ma Yuan: Watching Wild Geese
While Europe was in a relative “dark age” long before the Renaissance, Song dynasty China was producing a wealth of great paintings.
Hsu Dao Ning: Heavy Snow on Guan Mountain
Qu Ding: Summer Mountains
An Arab Interior
Temple at Philae
Yeah, that’s great- what a magnificent gallery has been unearthed.
I will link to a video rather than spoil the flow.
Carel Weight: The Barn
Weight’s lanes, alleys, back gardens etc aren’t the sexiest subjects but they have a very English atmosphere that’s often quite enigmatic.
Weight: The Passer-by
David Hockney: Woldgate Woods
Carlos Paez Vilaro
a couple of Welsh artists
Clive Hicks-Jenkins: Tretower
Emrys Williams: Zebra, House and Mountain
some more Welsh artists
Richard Wilson: Llyn Peris and Dolbadarn Castle
Thomas Jones: Landscape with Dido and Aeneas
Augustus John: Llyn Treweryn
Kyffin Williams: White Sea, Trearddur
Some more Welsh artists
Cedric Morris: Belle of Bloomsbury
William Wilkins: Avenue in Early Spring
Margaret Lindsay Williams
After this devilishly naughty painting (1917) in her twenties, Margaret Lindsay Williams went on to paint British royalty and US politicians
Alfred Janes: The Queue
Alfred Janes was a member of the “Kardomah gang” of poets, musicians and artists, including Dylan Thomas, who frequented Swansea’s Kardomah café in the 1930s.