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L'Abbaye St. Armand, Rouen from 'Picturesque Architecture in Paris', 1839 - Thomas Shotter Boys
L'Abbaye St. Armand, Rouen from 'Picturesque Architecture in Paris', 1839 - Thomas Shotter Boys

Holborn Viaduct looking East, City of London, 1871 - Thomas Shotter Boys
Holborn Viaduct looking East, City of London, 1871 - Thomas Shotter Boys

The Church of St. Magnus the Martyr by London Bridge, with Monument in the Background - Thomas Shotter Boys
The Church of St. Magnus the Martyr by London Bridge, with Monument in the Background - Thomas Shotter Boys

Grille des Hermes, Porte Dauphine, Palace of Fontainebleau, 1832 - Thomas Shotter Boys
Grille des Hermes, Porte Dauphine, Palace of Fontainebleau, 1832 - Thomas Shotter Boys

Buckingham Palace- from St. James's Park, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys
Buckingham Palace- from St. James's Park, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys

Hyde Park- near Grosvenor Gate, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys
Hyde Park- near Grosvenor Gate, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys

Le Chateau de Blois - Thomas Shotter Boys
Le Chateau de Blois - Thomas Shotter Boys

The Boulevard des Italiens, Paris - Thomas Shotter Boys
The Boulevard des Italiens, Paris - Thomas Shotter Boys

Pavillon de Flore - Thomas Shotter Boys
Pavillon de Flore - Thomas Shotter Boys

Temple Bar, from the Strand (2), 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys
Temple Bar, from the Strand (2), 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys

View of the Tower of London and the Royal Mint from Great Tower Hill, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys
View of the Tower of London and the Royal Mint from Great Tower Hill, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys

View at Swiss Cottage, London, 1836 - Thomas Shotter Boys
View at Swiss Cottage, London, 1836 - Thomas Shotter Boys

The Bank of England looking towards the Mansion House, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys
The Bank of England looking towards the Mansion House, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys

A Venetian Scene - Thomas Shotter Boys
A Venetian Scene - Thomas Shotter Boys

The Strand, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys
The Strand, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys

Fountain in the Gardens, Paris, Evening - Thomas Shotter Boys
Fountain in the Gardens, Paris, Evening - Thomas Shotter Boys

The Footbridge (Landscape with Red Cloak) - Thomas Shotter Boys
The Footbridge (Landscape with Red Cloak) - Thomas Shotter Boys

View of the Board of Trade, Whitehall from Downing Street, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys
View of the Board of Trade, Whitehall from Downing Street, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys

The Pont des Arts, Paris - Thomas Shotter Boys
The Pont des Arts, Paris - Thomas Shotter Boys

Versailles - Thomas Shotter Boys
Versailles - Thomas Shotter Boys

Rue des Pretes, St. Germain L'Auxerrois, Paris - Thomas Shotter Boys
Rue des Pretes, St. Germain L'Auxerrois, Paris - Thomas Shotter Boys

The Custom House, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys
The Custom House, 1842 - Thomas Shotter Boys

The café d'Amitié and Hotel of Prince Frederick, Brussels 1830 - Thomas Shotter Boys
The café d'Amitié and Hotel of Prince Frederick, Brussels 1830 - Thomas Shotter Boys



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Paintings of the day

Gerda is terrified by the Snow Queens advance guard, but she said Our Father and is rescued by little bright angels, illustration from The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen, published 1932 - Arthur Rackham
Gerda is terrified by the Snow Queens advance guard, but she said Our Father and is rescued by little bright angels, illustration from The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen, published 1932 - Arthur Rackham
The Madonna and Child 2 - (after) Francesco Solimena
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Portrait of a gentleman 4 - (after) John James Masquerier
Portrait of a gentleman 4 - (after) John James Masquerier
Village Street 1650s - Joost Cornelisz. Droochsloot
Village Street 1650s - Joost Cornelisz. Droochsloot
Putti In A Landscape - (after) Giovanni Andrea Podesta
Putti In A Landscape - (after) Giovanni Andrea Podesta
The collector of tithes - (after) Gerard Thomas
The collector of tithes - (after) Gerard Thomas
A wooded river landscape with peasants by a ruined manor house - Salomon Rombouts
A wooded river landscape with peasants by a ruined manor house - Salomon Rombouts
Tower By A Bridge - Edward Angelo Goodall
Tower By A Bridge - Edward Angelo Goodall
A Fortune Teller and other Figures in extensive river Landscapes - (after) Pieter Norbertus Van Reysschoot
A Fortune Teller and other Figures in extensive river Landscapes - (after) Pieter Norbertus Van Reysschoot
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Art News

Call for Artists: Paris/Berlin International Meetings - roARatorio, Paris FR France
Call for Artists: Residencies Available in South India - Art Residencies India, London UK United Kingdom
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Aernout Mik: Dispersions - Haus der Kunst, Munich DE Germany
NEXT: Robert Arndt - Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC, CA Canada
Milestones of Modernism 1880-1940: Selections from the Norwest Collection - Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN, USA United States of America
Lithographs of James McNeill Whistler from the Collection of Steven Block - Speed Art Museum, Lousiville, KY, USA United States of America
Matthew Hindley: Surrender - Bell-Roberts Art Gallery, Cape Town ZA South Africa
John Gutmann: Culture Shock - Museum of Contemporary Art, LA, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Tony Gray: The New Black is Black - Atlanta College of Art, Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta, GA, USA United States of America
Manet/Velázquez: The French Taste for Spanish Painting - Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, USA

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