Book of the week: Weather in Art
October 10, 2017

The weather is always with us – our most popular topic of conversation so it’s no surprise that the ever-changing weather has captured the imagination of many great artists.

A tactile image of Millais' Autumn Leaves painting, which is our book of the week

Celebrating our wonderful changing seasons – and the beauty of autumn – our Touch to See book, The Weather in Art is our book of the week.

Immerse yourself in scenes from every season, from a study of Constable’s Cirrus Clouds, Rubens’ Rainbow, and especially for autumn, Millais’ Autumn Leave. The book also explores Paris: A Rainy Day by Gustave Cailebotte, Sunny June by Alfred Munnings and winter’s White Silence by Lucy Kemp-Welch.

Click here to borrow Weather in Art from our free postal library.

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