Corot’s rural idylls, Turner’s sublime seascapes, and the faded grandeur of ancient Rome.
Self-indulgence and miserly greed, from Bacchanalian feasts to the miser’s gold coins.
Adam to Zacharias, events of the Old and New Testaments throughout the history of painting.
Colour as a medium of expression: van Gogh’s landscapes to Seurat’s scientific experimentations.
Flora and fauna; whether symbolic or documenting one-time curiosities from foreign lands.
Experience the wrath of El Greco’s Christ or the fury of the penalties exacted by angered Greek gods.