Corot’s rural idylls, Turner’s sublime seascapes, and the faded grandeur of ancient Rome.
The motherly love of the Madonna to the passion of Titian’s Bacchus, love in its many forms.
The changing face of fashion: van Dyck’s grand portraiture to Renoir’s fashionable Parisiennes.
Cheating husbands and wives, and murderous heretics; images of guilt and retribution.
Begin your journey on a steam train in Paris and arrive by the calm waters of Canaletto’s Venice.
Géricault’s startled horse to Goya’s evil witches; representations of terror and fear.