Artwork page for ‘The Road, Winter Morning’, Sir George Clausen, exhibited 1923

‘The Road, Winter Morning’, Sir George Clausen, exhibited 1923

Artwork page for ‘The Road, Winter Morning’, Sir George Clausen, exhibited 1923

‘The Road, Winter Morning’, Sir George Clausen, exhibited 1923

Artwork page for ‘Olive Trees at Corfu’, Hercules Brabazon Brabazon

Corfu Painting - Title Olive Trees At Corfu by MotionAge Designs

Artwork page for ‘Sketch for ‘Hadleigh Castle’’, John Constable, c.1828-9 on display at Tate Britain. Constable made full-size sketches like this for many of his six-foot paintings. They allowed him to explore his ideas before committing them to the final canvas. The finished picture in this case was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1829. The composition originated in a minute drawing Constable made on a visit to the ruins of Hadleigh Castle in Essex in 1814, but this painting was not…

John Constable - Sketch for ‘Hadleigh Castle’

Artwork page for ‘Windmill’, David Cox

Windmill Drawing by David Cox (Fine Art Art reproduction David Cox)

Artwork page for ‘The Winter Sun’, John William North, exhibited 1891 Pictures of tangled vegetation painted in subdued colours were John North’s speciality. A figure amongst the dense undergrowth on the right fans a fire with a blanket and smoke rises above.North was a designer of illustrations and a water colourist. He was associated with a group of artists known as the Idyllists because of the sensitive and ethereal qualities of their landscapes. He was also a close friend of the artist…

‘The Winter Sun’, John William North, exhibited 1891

Artwork page for ‘Ruins of the Bishop’s Palace, Lincoln’, Peter De Wint

‘Ruins of the Bishop’s Palace, Lincoln’, Peter De Wint

Artwork page for ‘Whernside’, Sir Charles John Holmes, 1917

Artwork page for ‘Whernside’, Sir Charles John Holmes, 1917

Artwork page for ‘Houses at Tivoli’, Hercules Brabazon Brabazon, c.1860

Hercules Brabazon Brabazon UK) Houses at Tivoli. 1860 watercolour, gouache and drawing on paper.

Artwork page for ‘Monaco’, Hercules Brabazon Brabazon

Artwork page for ‘Monaco’, Hercules Brabazon Brabazon

Artwork page for ‘Stirling Castle’, Sir David Cameron, ?c.1914

Artwork page for ‘Stirling Castle’, Sir David Cameron,

Artwork page for ‘The Ruins of Kirkstall Abbey at Night’, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1799 Both these studies can be traced back to pencil memoranda in the 1797 sketchbooks. In the case of the view of Bolton Abbey, Turner's drawing on the spot was little more than a hasty outline, which allowed him greater freedom in his imaginative realisation of the subject in watercolour. He seems to be experimenting in both works with the depiction of forms under subdued lighting conditions where…

Joseph Mallord William Turner ‘The Ruins of Kirkstall Abbey at Night’, - Graphite and watercolour on paper - Dimensions Support: 214 x 290 mm - Collection - Tate

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