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Artists have always been inspired by travel. Sometimes it is foreign travel, sometimes from city to countryside, sometimes just around their local area. Here are selection of works from our collection relating to the theme of journeys and travel.

8 artworks
Robin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire
Photo credit: Gallery Oldham

Robin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire

Frederick William Jackson (1859–1918)

Oil on canvas

H 107 x W 86 cm

Gallery Oldham

The Drinking Place
Photo credit: Gallery Oldham

The Drinking Place 1900

Stanhope Alexander Forbes (1857–1947)

Oil on canvas

H 174 x W 152.5 cm

Gallery Oldham

The Needles, Isle of Wight
© the artist's estate. Photo credit: Gallery Oldham

The Needles, Isle of Wight

Charles Pears (1873–1958)

Oil on canvas

H 38 x W 59.5 cm

Gallery Oldham

Landscape, near Halifax, West Yorkshire

Stanley Spencer (1891–1959)

Oil on canvas

H 50 x W 60 cm

Gallery Oldham

Hardings Down, Llangynydd (Llangennith) 1928

Cedric Lockwood Morris (1889–1982)

Oil on canvas

H 61 x W 75 cm

Gallery Oldham

The Serpentine Quarry, near Mullion, Cornwall
© the artist's estate / Bridgeman Images. Photo credit: Gallery Oldham

The Serpentine Quarry, near Mullion, Cornwall c.1920

Samuel John Lamorna Birch (1869–1955)

Oil on canvas

H 90 x W 120.5 cm

Gallery Oldham

Toledo, Spain
© the estate of David Bomberg. All rights reserved, DACS 2021. Photo credit: Gallery Oldham

Toledo, Spain 1929

David Bomberg (1890–1957)

Oil on canvas

H 58.4 x W 76.2 cm

Gallery Oldham

The White Mountain
Photo credit: Gallery Oldham

The White Mountain

William Stott (1857–1900)

Oil on canvas

H 94.6 x W 145 cm

Gallery Oldham