• Fleet Street, London, 1886, watercolor by Sir Ernest George, 1839-1922, British architect, landscape and architectural watercolor artist.
  • 'THE RAIN IT RAINETH EVERY DAY' (1889) | Norman Garstin: Newlyn School of Artists. Oil on canvas. One of Penlee House's best-loved works. 'The composition of this painting demonstrates Garstin’s admiration for Japanese art, which was influencing so many artists at this time, including Whistler, whose work Garstin also admired. The title is taken from Shakespeare, where it is found both in ‘Twelfth Night’ and ‘King Lear’.' (Collection Penlee House Gallery and Museum Penzance Cornwall) ✫ღ⊰n
  • Victoria's Rusty Knickers
  • Interior of the Jupiter Temple Mausoleum in the Palace of Emperor Diocletian by Charles-Louis Clérisseau
  • HUBERT ROBERT (PARIS 1733 - 1808) THE TEMPLE OF THE SIBYL AT TIVOLI, A MAN IN A CLOAK AND HAT STANDING ON THE STEPS, A GROUP OF MONKS TO THE RIGHT. Pen and black ink and watercolour over traces of black chalk.
  • A Berkshire Cottage - Helen Allingham Prints - Easyart.com
  • Triumphal Arch of Titus in Rome. 1781. Charles Louis Clerisseau. French. 1721-1820. gouache,pen and brown wash.
  • At Polperro, Cornwall By Walter Langley
  • Ettore Roesler Franz, (Italian, 1865-1907): Il Portico d'Ottavia guardando a sinistra, 1887
  • The palace of Count Sheremetevs, Russia, 1790, by Louis Jean Desprez.
  • The Road to Market - Harold Harvey. A wonderful view of the West Penwith peninsula in Cornwall.
  • Giovanni Paolo Panini, Roman Capriccio, 18th century | Art of the Day | Magazine | Artfinder
  • Staircase. Ornate. 1876 – Manchester Town Hall, Lancashire. It was fitted masterfully onto an awkward triangular space – although not unanimously liked as the best looking design, it proved the most practical of the 136 other designs entered. Manchester had achieved city status in 1853, and was keen to show off its civic dignity. Architect: Alfred Waterhouse
  • 'Rock Cottage' by Michael Morgan (mm10)
  • Flower Garden
  • ‘'The country above Sidmouth'' by Beatrix Potter - Beatrix Potter captured the unique patchwork beauty of the south Devon countryside, its vibrant coastal towns, romantic little cottages and expansive estuaries with impressionistic brush strokes and a surprisingly bold and rather contemporary use of colour. The rich palette of the West Country inspired not only a series of exquisite watercolours but also some of Potter's most evocative writing.
  • Cottage Garden by Helen Allingham -
  • COTTAGE GARDENS