Claude Monet: Painting in London

ART: Claude Monet visited London in 1870, 1899, 1900 & 1901 and painted the fog around parliament, Hyde Park & the Thames. He commented on London’s fog & unpredictable weather: “Here comes the sun again, though, is it going to stay this time?” Click link for my article

Charing Cross Bridge (1900)

Waterloo Bridge (1900)


My article on London’s art movements – The Pre-Raphaelites

 ARTS ARTICLE: London’s historic art movements. The Bloomsbury area of West Central London gave us John Everett Millais, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and their Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Click link for my article


My article Black Medieval/Renaissance Art is in What’s Hot London?

ARTS: My article Black Representation in Medieval and Renaissance Art has been published today in What’s Hot London? It discusses the black king in Augustin Henckel’s Adoration of the Magi.