Max Beckmann's 1919 'Gesichter' etchings saw a huge transformation in his style as he depicted the horrors of WWI. Learn more in our article.
George Grosz's provocative Ecce Homo suite of lithographs saw him prosecuted for offending public decency. Read our article to find out why.
Leonard Baskin's wistful portraits of the 19th century Sioux chieftains remind us of the great power of morally charged art. Read more here. via @goldmarkgallery
In Eduardo Paolozzi's 'Cloud Atomic Laboratory' suite, science fact and fiction meet in mysterious ways. Find out more about the series here.…
Chawans are supremely personal forms, allowing potters to display their unique touch. Learn more about the art of the tea bowl in our article.
Patrick Caulfield's screenprints of the poetry of Jules Laforgue make for a strange and enticing suite. Learn more about them in our article.
'Buncheong' has had a profound and lasting influence on Western studio pottery. Potter Phil Rogers introduces this 15th century technique. via @goldmarkgallery
Picasso's 'Portraits Imaginaires' are the culmination of an inexhaustible mind's many years of creation. Learn more about the suite here. via @goldmarkgallery
Camille Pissarro was undoubtedly one of the most influential artists of the 19th century. Find out why his prints are less well known here.
Though relatively unknown, Picasso's 'Diurnes' suite of photograms demonstrate his unfailing wit and imagination. Learn more about them here.