Corot’s rural idylls, Turner’s sublime seascapes, and the faded grandeur of ancient Rome.
Géricault’s startled horse to Goya’s evil witches; representations of terror and fear.
Begin your journey on a steam train in Paris and arrive by the calm waters of Canaletto’s Venice.
The dangers of envy: Rubens’s jealous furies to Veronese’s depictions of jealousy provoked by deceit.
Tragic queens, victorious leaders, epic battles: defining historical moments in world history.
Self-indulgence and miserly greed, from Bacchanalian feasts to the miser’s gold coins.