1 The Highlands breaking out in colour. The acrylic "Dubh Lochain above Glen Arnisdale", is in a solo show by James Hawkins, 44, until 27 March at Davies & Tooth, The Air Gallery, 32 Dover Street, London W1 (0171-409 1516).
2 Back in 1952, the late Terence Cuneo strapped himself to a girder of the Forth Railway Bridge, 170ft above the water in a 54mph wind, to paint this British Railways poster. It will be in Christie's South Kensington's poster sale, 27 March (estimate pounds 800 to pounds 1,200). Christie's: 0171-321 3120.
3 Turner's tiny watercolour of Rievaulx Abbey, North Yorkshire (c 1822-1825), was in January by two armed men from York City Art Gallery. The painting is better known than the ruined abbey - therefore virtually impossible to sell on.
4 Wealthy newlyweds "Mr and Mrs Andrews" (c1750), in Gainsborough's celebrated portrait, lord it over their Suffolk estate. On view at the National Gallery.
5 Suffolk-based Barrie Houghton, 56, an indefatigable innovator in mixed media, painted this impression of Sutton Hoo last year. It is in his solo show until 27 March at the John Russell Gallery, 4-6 Wherry Lane, Ipswich (01473 212051).
9 Jason Hicklin, 32, found himself at Harlech Castle on the 200th anniversary of Turner's visit there. This oil and watercolour is the result. Hicklin's current show is at the Beardsmore Gallery, 22-24 Prince of Wales Road, London NW5 (0171-485 0923).
8 The collaged plywood and acrylic paintings of the north Cornwall coast at Boscastle, by Vanessa Gardiner, 39, follow the contemporary Cornwall tradition of turning rugged rock into geometric abstraction and evoke what she calls the "awkwardness" of the landscape. "Harbour Coast No 5" was painted in 1997. Duncan Campbell Contemporary Art, 15 Thackeray Street, Kensington Square, London W8 (0171-937 8665).
7 No, not Samuel Palmer, but "Going Home" by another Sussex artist, James Smetham (1821-1889), who painted like him. The lost soul is the artist.
6 The Limehouse Series by Andrew Gifford, 28, comprises 40 oils depicting the Port of London's former warehouses. They will be shown by John Martin at the artLONDON contemporary art fair at the Duke of York's Barracks, King's Road, London SW3.From 16-20 June. John Martin: 0171-499 1314.