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Gallop through the years

Gallop through the years

The dashing Duke’s Oxford connections

Late-night lesson for future PM

Henry VIII was bad for stained glass business

Henry VIII was bad for stained glass business

How Norman was Edward the Confessor?

How Norman was Edward the Confessor?

Open submission photography: Art Jericho

Open submission photography: Art Jericho

Family business - a Salters boat

Early advocate of a federal Europe

Trendrine, Cornwall, by David Bomberg, from the Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © The Artist’s Family.

British Art from the 1950s: Basildon Park, near Reading

MINSTER LOVELL HALL

Lambert Simnel, a counterfeit king

The Storyloom/Tea With Alice: The Story Museum, Oxford

The Storyloom/Tea With Alice: The Story Museum, Oxford

Barracks lane

Jane Hope: O3 Gallery, Oxford

MEDIEVAL OXFORD: A conjectured study by H.W. Brewer in 1891 of Osney Abbey as it would have looked three centuries before. Oxford University Chancellor Robert Grosseteste protected students there during a riot in the mid-13th century

Momentous days of Robert Grosseteste

Bohemian Pearl: Erin Singleton. Vesey Room, Bampton Library

Bohemian Pearl: Erin Singleton. Vesey Room, Bampton Library

Oxford City Morris men at the Gardeners' Arms, Plantation Road     Picture: Neil Braggins

When the spoilsports turned on morris dancing

Away: Art Jericho

Away: Art Jericho

Paul M. Smith’s digital photograph, commissioned by Compton Verney forms part of his Action series.

Flight and the Artistic Imagination: Compton Verney

Dorchester Abbey

How Birinus spread the word of Christ

The Wave

Fred Cuming: Brian Sinfield gallery, Burford

Screen dream piece beats the competition

Screen dream piece beats the competition

Rousham House

Enjoying our green and pleasant land

Alice in the Ship of Fools

Wonderland: O3 Gallery, Oxford Castle

Marion Yorston

Marion Yorston: The North Wall, Oxford

Martin Easterbrook's barium mat vase

Fancy Free, Oxfordshire Craft Guild: West Ox Arts, Bampton

St Paul's Cathedral

Preview of Ivan Green exhibition, Dadbrook Gallery, Cuddington

The University Church of St Mary the Virgin was the focus of the university in its early days

Oxford University: From a fragile beginning to robust power

Preview of Art in Action, Waterperry

Preview of Art in Action, Waterperry

Ceri Richards: Art Jericho

Ceri Richards: Art Jericho

Alice's door in St Frideswide's Church, Botley Road, Oxford

Alice journeyed in Frideswide's wake

Reverse, 2002-3

Jenny Saville: Modern Art Oxford

Oxford Town Hall reflected the city's growing influence

How Oxford grew in size and status

Joana Vasconcelos’s Pavillon de Thé (2012)

Contemporary sculpture: Waddesdon Manor

Sculptors on form

Sculptors on form

Buscot Park, near Faringdon

A murder case that gripped the nation

St Michael at the Northgate, Oxford's oldest building

The French helped to make the Oxford we know

Burford Church

A tough lesson for pioneer socialists

Portraits of the Queen: Bampton Gallery

Portraits of the Queen: Bampton Gallery

Eclipse, 2012

Life Lines, Angela Palmer: Waterhouse & Dodd, Cork Street, London

Donning Oxford: O3 Gallery, Oxford

Donning Oxford: O3 Gallery, Oxford

Preparing the throw the jubilee cakes

Preparing to throw the jubilee cakes

Landscape with a View of a distant Village, c. 1750

Gainsborough's Landscapes: Themes and Variations: Compton Verney

Andrew Lanyon: Art Jericho

Andrew Lanyon: Art Jericho

The Capture of the Amazone by HMS Santa Margarita, 29 July 1782 Oil on canvas, 77.5 x 120 cm © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

The English Prize: The Capture of the Westmorland, An Episode of the Grand Tour: The Ashmolean Museum

Photographer Barney Wilczak

Summer Exhibition, Dadbrook Gallery, Cuddington, near Thame

Why No Horses on the River Towpath

Why no horses on the river towpath?

Art of Africa: Fillington Farm, Piddington, near High Wycombe

Art of Africa: Fillington Farm, Piddington, near High Wycombe

DAZZLING: Joseph Mallord William Turner’s Keelmen Heaving in Coals by Night, 1835, oil on canvas

Turner Inspired: In the light of Claude: The National Gallery

Bearing witness to Betjeman's Oxford

TRANQUIL: Trish Wickstead’s Bluebells and Shadows

Oxfordshire Artweeks in Great Coxwell

Manja Scott: printmaker and painter, (c. Murison-Bowie)

Artists and Studios: Private Views: Mill Arts Centre, Banbury

Grown 'n' Growing by Chris Cattle

Artweeks show by East St Helen's Group, St Ethelwold's House, Abingdon

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