The Glasgow Boys: Pioneering Painters
The Clyde stank, you couldn't see the sunshine, and people lived in overcrowded tenements – no wonder the Glasgow Boys preferred to paint nostalgic rural scenes than the city from which they took their name, argues Ian Jack
British World War Two propaganda artworks released on Wikipedia
Original Second World War artworks produced as propaganda for the Ministry of Information have gone online and are now freely available on Wikimedia Commons. More than 350 pieces have gone online so far, but there are plans to digitise the entire collection of almost 2,000 art works. We present a selection here. See this Wikimedia page for more.