Maztlifa (centre) with her stepfather and Lt.(N) Joni Forsyth. Maztlifa, eight years old, was severely wounded in a Taliban attack on her family. It looked

Self Portrait on Hercules I

This self portrait is included in A Brush with War: Military Art from Korea to Afghanistan, a travelling group exhibition (2009-2012) curated by Dr. Laura


Flight from Kandahar, the final work in my Triage series, illustrates the exhaustion of military personnel returning home following an intense tour of duty in

Portrait of a Bearded Man

We are grateful to Koenraad Jonckheere for suggesting an attribution to Willem Key and dating the work to circa 1540–55.

Paysage à L’Estaque

“Braque composes his paintings according to his absolute concern for complete originality, complete truth… each of his paintings becomes a new universe with its own

Wintertime North of Winnipeg

William Kurelek  “In this painting, I’m trying to convey the isolation of man in the vastness of the prairies, especially in winter when nature is

Le Pont de Bois

“Monet loves water, and it is his especial gift to portray its mobility and transparency, be it sea or river, grey or monotonous, or coloured

La Fête d’Asnières

It was in 1880, visiting an exhibition by Claude Monet, when the then 16-year-old Paul Signac decided to devote his life to painting. His surroundings

Paysage Avec Maison

Theo van Rysselberghe painted Paysage avec Maisons in 1894, while spending the summer in the seaside resort of Knokke, Belgium, with his fatherly friend Camille Pissarro. Pissarro