Selected paintings from the Fitzwilliam Museum by British artists
The Fitzwilliam Museum is known for its wonderful array of treasures, including ancient artefacts from Greece, Rome, and Egypt, beautiful Japanese prints, French Impressionist works, and illuminated medieval manuscripts from across continental Europe. But the many artworks from closer to home also remain perenially popular with visitors and locals alike. This notecard pack represents some of the finest paintings by British artists from the collection.
Samuel Palmer, The Magic Apple Tree, c. 1830 (cover image)
Thomas Gainsborough, Heneage Lloyd and his Sister, c. 1748 (detail)
Ford Maddox Brown, The Last of England, 1860 (detail)
Lawrence Alma Tadema, 94 Degrees in the Shade, 1876
L S Lowry, After the Wedding, 1939
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