Through a process of investigation and restoration, an artwork of exceptional beauty is revealed.
A remarkable restoration reveals the historical figure of ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie’.
Born in Paris in 1719, Pierre Francois Beaumont established himself as an inventive and prolific artist. By the end of his career he was considered one of France's foremost engravers.
A pre-eminent female Illustrator, Helen Allingham went on to become the first woman to be admitted as a full member of the Royal Watercolour Society.
A truly spectacular restoration, here we take a closer look at the painting's artist, Sir Godfrey Kneller.
A restored painting by Henry Hadfield Cubley sparks our interest in this renowned British landscape artist.
Born in 1815, British artist Edward John Corbett is best known for his Romantic scenes of rural-coastal life.
Richard Redgrave was born in Pimlico, London in 1804, and forged a remarkable career as both an artist and a reformer of art education in Britain.
A portrait restoration recently featured on the Antiques Road Show.
Born in Barnsley in 1851, William Mellor was a British landscape painter, who devoted his life to travelling the country and capturing the Romantic beauty of the British Isles.