I continued my visit having come across Portuguese painters, whom I had never seen any reference to such as Artur Loureiro and Sousa Pinte, whose paintings I fell for.
Boats being unloaded at the Douro river quay - 1927 (left) and The yellow skirt - 1933 (right) by Joaquim Lopes.
Brooding over - 1928 by Luis Varela Aldemira.
Portrait of the artist's convalescent brother - 1920 (left) and portrait of Joaquim Madureira - 1920 (right) by Artur Loureiro.
The portrait of the artist's wife resting - 1882 (left) and the one of an Australian leading figure - 1900 (right) by Artur Loureiro.
Market place - 1903 (left) and the Foz Castle - 1909 (right) by Artur Loureiro.
Sat in the corner (left) and Girl embroidering (right) by Sofia de Souza (1870-1960).
Memorial Day (left) and Self-portrait - 1900 by Aurélia de Souza.
Jezebel being mowled under the order of Jehu by Aurélia de Souza.
Sulky - 1906 (left) and Broken apple tree - 1883 (right by José Julio de Sousa Pinto.
Head of an old man -1890 by José Julio de Sousa Pinto.
(To be continued)