Corot’s rural idylls, Turner’s sublime seascapes, and the faded grandeur of ancient Rome.
Colour as a medium of expression: van Gogh’s landscapes to Seurat’s scientific experimentations.
Depictions of gods and goddesses, fantastic beasts and the heroes of Ancient Greece and Rome.
Cheating husbands and wives, and murderous heretics; images of guilt and retribution.
Adam to Zacharias, events of the Old and New Testaments throughout the history of painting.
The dangers of envy: Rubens’s jealous furies to Veronese’s depictions of jealousy provoked by deceit.