January, Where Daffodils Lie Sleeping (no date) by Samuel John Lamorna Birch.
One day left to post some more January paintings. These are mostly British scenes, and the snowier ones give a good sense of how it’s been here for the past few days.
Morning in January (no date) by Gerald Gardiner.
January (1960) by Denis Booth.
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Twelve Months of Flowers: August (no date) by Jacob van Huysum.
The eighth month in paintings. Alan Bennett is a British artist, not to be confused with the well-known British playwright of the same name. There is, however, a slight connection between playwright and Henry Scott Tuke: Bennett’s BBC film Portrait or Bust (1994) involves an exploration of Leeds Art Gallery during which there’s a glimpse of Tuke’s The Bathers, one of the artist’s many studies of unclothed boys.
August Blue (1893–4) by Henry Scott Tuke.
August Afternoon near Dorking (1904) by TF Wilkinson.
August in the City (1945) by Edward Hopper.
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February Painting (Winter Series No.1) (1994) by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham.
The end of winter at the Google Art Project and the BBC’s Your Paintings site.
Landscape: A Late February Afternoon (1979) by Steven Outram.
February (above Tan y Foel) III (no date) by Darren Hughes.
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