James Mulraine is an art historian and art dealer who especially loves British art dating before 1830. Mulraine shares his passion and deep knowledge for early modern art, along with news from the art auction circuit, in this interesting blog. Each entry is accompanied by multiple paintings, allowing visitors to discover pieces of art they may be unfamiliar with while learning new tidbits of art history. For example, one recent post explores the work of John Closterman, who painted a number of members of King Carlos II's court. In another post, Mulraine reports on the discovery of a new self-portrait by Michael Dahl, who was known for his portraiture during the late Stuart period. Meanwhile, another recent entry discusses contemporary Cornish landscape painter Andrew Barrowman (Mulraine recently purchased one of Barrowman's works at auction). Mulraine launched this blog in 2014 and continues to update it regularly.