1892, oil on canvas by Charles Warren Eaton (1857–1937), photo credit: McLean Museum and Art Gallery – Inverclyde Council
The women artists obscured by their husbands
'We will need all our wit and courage to make sure that women's voices are heard, their work seen and written about', Linda Nochlin.
The Pool of London, Looking West
Compare Edwin Edwards' etching with André Derain's version made decades later. How much has the city changed?
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The English adventurer and the Persian princess
Lose yourself in the world of a sixteenth-century romance and discover why Teresia Khan and Sir Robert Shirley were painted by Van Dyck.
Four East Asian artists you should get to know
Acquaint yourself with the artists who started in Asia and travelled all over the world, to Hawaii, Scotland and Trafalgar Square.
Gallery Oldham added this simple pastel seascape by William Stott of Oldham to Art UK. The horizon is smudged to a misty blur.
Nigeria's men and the fight for change
Learn about the men depicted in two portraits by an unknown Nigerian artist and why the artist of these works might have wanted to remain anonymous.
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The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)
The collections reflect the organisation's history as the eldest security think tank in the world.
Buy art prints of winter
With winter on its way why not embrace it and decorate your home with these carefully curated prints. Profits go to supporting the collections on Art UK.
St Mary-le-Tower Churchyard
The interplay of light and shadow is captured well in Walter Daniel Batley's ink and watercolour sketch of a churchyard in Ipswich.
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