Delacroix, a watercolour of an English landscape.
A sunset by Seurat; in the art gallery at Bristol, and a favourite of mine from the days where I used to live near that city. Tiny but perfect, on a panel of wood.
Samuel Palmer, the Skylark, etching; you can just see the bird at the top.
Leave to the nightingale her shady wood;
A privacy of glorious light is thine;
Whence thou dost pour upon the world a flood
Of harmony, with instinct more divine...
By Silvestro Lega.
Henri-Edmond Cross, watercolour; his proper name was in fact Delacroix, but that might have been something of a burden!
C.D.Friedrich, Ideal Site for a Motorway.
Isaac Levitan, 1890.