Delve into our five fine art favorites this May.
We select our five fine art favourites for the month of March.
With the new year comes a new selection of our favourite original artworks. Sit back, relax and enjoy our top picks this January.
A selection of our fine art favourites this November.
We choose our favourite paintings for the month of September.
An insight into female representation in Western art history, looking at the work of artist Tina Spratt and Pre-Raphaelite, Sir John Everett Millais.
Streamline your self-expression with the help of the gallery’s home viewing service.
Comparing masters of the past and present, here we consider Henri Matisse and contemporary artist Terence Clarke.
Comparing masters of past and present, here we look at J. M. W. Turner and contemporary landscape artist Clare Haley, the ‘Light of Yorkshire’.
Tips for displaying your fine art collection within the confines of small spaces.
The fascinating story behind Edward Hersey’s newest painting.
Comparing masters of the past and present, here we look at French Impressionist Claude Monet and leading landscape artist Terry Evans.
An exploratory piece that blurs the lines between written and visual fine art.
A closer look at restoration, conservation and the value of a good restorer.
A picture may be worth a thousand words; but a good frame enables a picture to use them and speak volumes.
Traditional wedding anniversary gifts range from paper for the 1st year anniversary to fruit for the 4th. Here we explore the tradition and give a few ideas on how to incorporate fine art.
Discover the pleasure, practicality and potential profit that comes from viewing art as an investment.
A practical guide for buying fine art for first time buyers, established collectors and everyone in between.
A closer look at the symbolism and meaning to be found in still life paintings
A guide for choosing the best lighting so your artwork is displayed at its full potential.
A guide for keeping your painting in its best possible condition
A brief look at how Yorkshire has inspired artists past and present