In the early days of European settlement, many of the most talented artists in Australia were serving sentences
A new exhibition celebrates the talented but neglected painters of the so-called 'Company School'
Henry Hugh Clifford's painted and written accounts offer a shocking glimpse of the harsh realities of war
Carly Collier explains why watercolours were so important to the royal couple
Themes and Albums
In October 1831, major riots broke out in Bristol as people fought for representation and societal reform
We've uncovered some previously unknown images of the Royal Yacht Squadron just in time for the Cowes Week races
A short introduction to the history of outdoor eating