The admired Victorian artist-traveller Robert Elwes' paintings, previously believed to have been destroyed by fire with his house, have recently been rediscovered by The Watercolour World
Scientists are using paintings to chart the long-term effects of climate change and development on the coast.
Maria Sibylla Merian went to Suriname in 1699 to study insects. The images she made were groundbreaking
In October 1831, major riots broke out in Bristol as people fought for representation and societal reform
Whenever the volcano erupted, artists would flock to it instead of running for cover
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