'Blotter' by Peter Doig won the first prize in the 1993 John Moores exhibition. http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/walker/collections/paintings/20c/item.aspx?tab=summary&item=WAG+1993.81&hl=1&coll=9

'Mountain Peaks' by Richard Harrison. This painting was exhibited in the John Moores Painting Prize 2010 exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery. http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/walker/johnmoores/recent-exhibitions/jm2010/exhibitors/harrison.aspx

lots of coloured stars on a white background with words in the centre of each. John Moores First Prize Winner 2002 (liverpoolmuseums.org, 2013)

'Slump/Fear (orange/black) 2004', Alexis Harding John Moores First Prize Winner (liverpoolmuseums.org )

'M is Many', Ian Law's entry to the John Moores Painting Prize 2012 (short listed)

Peter Doig, British, born 1959, Camp Forestia, 1996, Pastel on paper, 7 7/8 x 9 1/2" (20 x 24.1 cm), The Museum of Modern Art. The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection Gift, © 2009 Peter Doig.

Allegorical painting of love attributed to Hans Memling, c.1485–90 via Met Museum

Izutsu Hiroyuki demonstrates another approach to atmospheric perspective and landscape painting.

Selma

Abstract Minimalist Watercolor Painting

Charles Rennie Mackintosh - 1897. I love much of his work.

Pablo Picasso

04232702 by les brumes, via Flickr

The Black Paintings (1959) - Frank Stella

anne-laure djaballah

Goya, Black paintings

Jennifer Mercede.

Ann Cathrin November Høibo Untitled, 2011 Print on cotton / Wooden frame 133.5 x 89 x 0.1 cm / 140 x 94 x 4 cm Unique SOACNH/TW 2011-027

David Pirrie - large scale paintings

^Christian Hetzel

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