Officer Paying a Woman in a Stable is a 1670 scene of an encounter between a traveler and a country inn host painted by Pieter de Hooch.
Rooftops in the Snow is an 1879 scene of Montmartre in Paris, depicted from a high viewpoint by French artist Gustave Caillebotte.
Edward Poynter’s style here for his 1890 painting Pea Blossoms is highly academic, as befitting a President of the Royal Academy, and Realist.
French artist Paul Cezanne spent a lot of time in Provence, the setting of his 1887 painting Mont Sainte-Victoire with a Large Pine.
This 1880 painting of Madame Renoir with a Dog shows Pierre-Auguste Renoir's wife seated with her pet in a setting of lush vegetation.
The only known portrait of the famous novelist Bronte Sisters, from left to right Anne, Emily and Charlotte which was painted by their brother Branwell Bronte
Melancholy is a painting of a female figure here slumped over in a depressive state by French painter Constance Marie Charpentier.
Port-en-Bessin, Entrance to the Harbour is an 1888 view of the port in Normandy and is painted in Georges Seurat’s signature style of pointillism.
Russian painter Boris Kustodiev's Bathing here shows a family holiday spent swimming in the fine summer weather.
The Road from Versailles to Louveciennes between town and country, is a social document by the French Impressionist painter Alfred Sisley.
The Visit of the Queen of Sheba to King Solomon has as its inspiration the biblical story of the queen’s visit to the Israelite King Solomon’s court.
The Print Lover Honore Daumier shows a potential member of his target market examining prints, a medium for which Daumier was famous.
Youth Making a Face by Adriaen Brouwer, a noted portrait specialist during the Dutch Golden Age, paints a boy making a teasing face towards the viewer.
In this portrait of Countess Anna Vorontsova from Russia, Dimitry Levitzky expertly portrays the active and happy intelligence of the teenager.
Wheatfield at Auvers with White House is a simple painting of a field of wheat with a country house in the background painted by Vincent Van Gogh.
Lunch at the Restaurant Fournaise is an 1875 painting in the Impressionist style by the leading French artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
Eugene Delacroix limits the use of colour in this 1832 portrait of Paganini, the world-famous Italian violinist
The Ham is an 1889 painting in the Post-Impressionist style by the leading French artist Paul Gauguin.
A Couple Making Music at a Table, with a Serving Girl depicts a wealthy merchant couple playing music, painted by Dutch Genre painter Pieter de Hooch
The Road Menders is a street scene showing figures on the left going about their day and on the right a number of workers attending to construction works.