Grimshaw was prolific; this is the first of five sets of his work that I will be posting.
A Golden Beam
A Golden Country Road
A Moonlit Lane (1874)
A Mossy Glen (1864)
A Wet Road by Moonlight, Wharfedale (1872)
A Wooded Valley (1871)
An Extensive Meadow Landscape with Geese by a Stream (1892)
Arriving at the Hall (1878)
Autumn Afterglow (1883)
The final painting in this set, Autumn Glory: The Old Mill, is one of my favorite all-time paintings. Grimshaw's treatment of light is particularly exquisite here. The artist's biography at Tate Museum has this to say about this painting:
The culmination of this early period is Autumn Glory: The Old Mill, in which all the detail of leaves, twigs, ivy and moss-covered stone is painstakingly shown.
Autumn Glory: The Old Mill (1869)