Paintings to Inspire
Have a look at some of the extraordinary details while eating your pancakes and possibly considering what you are going to give up for Lent.
Inspired by the Poussin exhibition at the National Gallery we look at the mythical stories in one of the most outstanding works of seventeenth-century France
Inspired by the Frans Hals exhibition at the Wallace Collection we look at this famous portrait in more detail
Less than a week to go and you can visit Vermeer's masterpiece 'The Guitar Player' at Kenwood House
Week 13 Since she was a child Anya has loved to visit the ancient bronze Egyptian cat at the British Museum
Week 12 This famous portrait by Stubbs is the picture Julia is longing to see again when the National Gallery reopens its doors
Week 11 This week we look at the most famous of Walter Greaves's paintings, much loved by Emily and her rowing-mad family
Week 10 The Snail, is the first of our top 5 pictures we can't wait to see when galleries open in May
Week 9Emily is counting down the days until she goes to the Isle of Wight which reminded me of a painting I love.....
Week 8 In the week leading up to Easter we are looking at the great master Raphael’s Resurrection of Christ, crammed full of symbolism
Week 7With Spring Equinox last Saturday it seems the perfect time to celebrate Botticelli’s magnificent ‘Primavera’
Week 6 We thought this week we would take a look at Dürer's astonishingly life-like hare, painted over 500 years ago and yet completely timeless