March is Women's History Month - we want to remember the diverse roles women played in World War I: They participated as nurses in the front lines, took over jobs at home formerly done by men and cared for their families.
Women rule the world. This gallery - for International Women's Day - shows groups of women, highlighting the power of female solidarity.
When it comes to accessorizing, one can never go too big or too bold! This gallery boasts plenty of ideas for fashionable headgear and inspiring examples of adventurous hat design.
When the temperature drops it's time to hit the slopes or the ice rink. Strap on your snowshoes, skis or skates and see how winter sports were enjoyed in the past with these vintage photos and historical paintings from across Europe.
From promising young painter to European celebrity, Albert Edelfelt (1854-1905) was Finland’s first cosmopolitan art icon. His work was admired by, among many others, Vincent van Gogh.
This gallery shows calendars and others ways to show days and date and tell the time.
This gallery highlights a selection of well-known people from across Europe, who worked in the arts and sciences and were migrants or refugees
The barrel refers to a cylinder with raised teeth which rotates within the organ. As the cylinder rotates, the teeth raise levers, allowing air to pass into pipes.
Photographs, sketches and paintings showing the skylines, panoramas, and architecture of cities and towns
Here are some scenes in paintings, photographs, drawings and more of how people across Europe and the world celebrate and enjoy life when the weather gets colder.
A selection of artworks and vintage photos highlights people enjoying summer days.
The valiha is a stringed instrument from Madagascar, comprising strings of varying lengths arranged on raised bridges around a section of bamboo tube. The strings can be made either from strips of the bamboo itself or from some other material. It is playe…
A variety of vehicles used for transport through air, rail, road or water, including motorcycles, boats and aeroplanes.
Across the world different cultures have combined handwriting and art to create aesthetic works of text. These differing traditions across communities and timespans are fascinating to compare.
Rivers, canals and lakes from across Europe and beyond, as depicted in painting, photographs, maps and more