1. 5-minutes with Turner
How often do you just glance at a painting?
Do you experience it any differently when you take the time to look, slowly?
Take five minutes to look slowly at Turner’s painting of the Great Western Railway.
Visit the original page here: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/stories/5-minute-meditation-turners-rain-steam-and-speed
2. A curated look at: working from home
A look at paintings that depict interiors and people at home.
Presented by Francesca Whitlum-Cooper.
Francesca is the Myojin-Nadar Associate Curator of Paintings at the National Gallery, London.
Visit the original page here: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/stories/a-curated-look-working-from-home
3. Make and create
A collage inspired by Rousseau’s ‘Surprised!‘
All you need to take part is:
- Old magazines or newspapers
- Paper or card
- Glue stick
- Coloured pencils
And watch how Bethan does it!
Visit the original page here: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/stories/make-and-create-a-collage-inspired-by-rousseaus-surprised
4. Lake Keitele
Gallen-Kallela‘s painted this whilst in isolation.
This view of a Finnish lake offers a moment of calm.
Yet, there is a hint of darkness.
Visit the original page here: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/picture-of-the-month/picture-of-the-month-april-2020
5. Love and punishment
Arrows in Art
Discover the meaning of arrows in art with Carlo Corsato
From cupid’s bow
to Odysseus‘s archery skills.
Visit the original page here: https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/stories/love-and-punishment-arrows-in-art