There is an exhibition of the work of William Dobson at Tate Britain this winter.
Following the death of Van Dyke in 1641, Dobson became a painter at the court of Charles I.
He moved with the court to Oxford during the war and his paintings give us a unique perspective on that trouble period in our history.
The exhibition is part of the Tate’s main presentations for the winter, so is free to enter.
It runs from 29th October to 28th April.