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1923, oil on canvas by Thomas Esmond Lowinsky (1892–1947), photo credit: Ferens Art Gallery Credit
© reproduced with kind permission of the Cuneo estate / Bridgeman Images, Photo credit: Science Museum/Science & Society Picture Library
Terence Cuneo: the railway artist with a surprising lucky charm
Ian Blatchford, Director of the Science Museum, tells the story of the prolific painter and official Coronation artist of 1953.
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News from Town, 1949, oil on board by Edward Wolfe (1897–1982), © the estate of Edward Wolfe, photo credit: Derbyshire & Derby School Library Service
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Photo credit: The Fitzwilliam Museum
The art of the heart
Feeling romantic? Anita Sethi leads us on an exploration of love expressed through painting.
© the artist. Photo credit: Arts Council Collection
Stefani Georgieva examines the graceful possibilities captured within Gillian Wise's abstract work.
Photo credit: McLean Museum and Art Gallery – Inverclyde Council
A Wet Night, May 1883
McLean Museum and Art Gallery added this atmospheric view looking west across Union Street in Greenock.
© Tracey Emin. All rights reserved, DACS 2017. Photo credit: Royal Academy of Arts
Do you know these five trailblazing women artists?
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© Bob and Roberta Smith, Photo credit: Art UK
For our new podcast series, we talk about the weird and wonderful ways that art history meets pop culture.
© the artist courtesy of Saatchi Art. Photo credit: Gallery Oldham
Gallery Oldham has newly acquired a portrait by the Nigerian-born artist Titus Agbara. Who is Damilola, and why is her name a good omen?
Photo credit: Bradford Museums and Galleries
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Flower Piece by James Bolivar Manson (1879–1945) is available now. Profits go to supporting Art UK collections.
Photo credit: Victoria Art Gallery
Victoria Art Gallery
The collection includes works by artists who have worked in Bath, such as Thomas Gainsborough.
© DACS 2017, Photo credit: Tate
Giorgio de Chirico (1888–1978)
The Italian artist was born in Greece, the son of a railway engineer. His work influenced the surrealists.
Scallop, 2003, steel by Maggi Hambling (b.1945), © the artist, Photo credit: Andrew Dunn
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