National Gallery London

A Still Life of Flowers - Bosschaert - National Gallery Cushion


On this cushion artwork copper panel Bosschaert has painted with great delicacy and precision a bouquet of relatively common flowers - among them tulips, roses, wallflowers, daffodils and a carnation....

A Winter Scene with Skaters - Hendrick Avercamp - National Gallery Cushion


This busy scene of winter pursuits is full of closely observed detail. It is filled with people from all walks of life going about their business as well as enjoying...

The Water - Lily Pond - Claude Monet - National Gallery Cushion


In 1883 Monet moved from the north-west of Paris to Giverny. Adjacent to his property was a small pond which he acquired in 1893, where he created a water garden...

Whistlejacket - George Stubbs - National Gallery Cushion


Whistlejacket was foaled in 1749. His most famous victory was in a race over four miles for 2000 guineas at York in August 1759. Stubbs's huge picture was painted in...

The Grand Canal Venice - Canaletto's - National Gallery Cushion


This is one of Canaletto's most carefully conceived and executed large pictures, and is impressive for the control of lighting and perspectival effects, and also for the lively representation of...

Van Brussel Flowers in a Vase - National Gallery Cushion


This cushion art work is on the National Gallerys extraordinary collection of 19th-century French landscapes, Corot to Monet charts the development of landscape painting from the late 18th century to...

Sunflower - National Gallery Cushion


This is one of four paintings of sunflowers dating from August and September 1888. Van Gogh intended to decorate Gauguins room with these paintings in the so-called Yellow House that...

Rain, Steam, and Speed - The Great Western Railway - Turner's - National Gallery Cushion


The scene is fairly certainly identifiable as Maidenhead railway bridge, across the Thames between Taplow and Maidenhead. The bridge, which was begun on Brunels design in 1837 and finished in...

Irises - Monet - National Gallery Cushion


This painting probably evolved alongside Monet’s 'grandes décorations' in his vast purpose-built studio at Giverny. This bird’s eye view, possibly from the Japanese bridge, shows a winding path near the...

Edgar Degas - After the Bath - National Gallery Cushion


His densely worked pastel is executed on several pieces of paper mounted on cardboard. Degas seems to have extended the composition while working on it, hence the need for additional...

Hillside in Provence - Paul Cézanne - National Gallery Cushion


While the specific hillside in Cézanne's native Provence has not been conclusively identified, the wall of angular, jutting rock formations in this painting may represent a quarry, with the cuttings...

Mr and Mrs Andrews - Thomas Gainsborough - National Gallery Cushion


This portrait is the masterpiece of Gainsboroughs early years. It was painted after his return home from London to Suffolk in 1748, soon after the marriage of Robert Andrews of...

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