As we drove home, I noticed a wonderful full moon just behind skeins of clouds (ahead of heavy glowering rain clouds). It's what we call in our family an "Atkinson Grimshaw moon". A moon just like the one in his painting above, which is Whitby, painted in 1867. We like Whitby and have had several lovely days out there from Scarborough when we've holidayed up that way.
My husband has a book of his paintings, and we have one of his early (non-moon!) pastoral scenes, very detailed and Pre-Raphaelite in style on the sitting room wall.
Here's a link to the page about him from whence I pilfered the above photo link . . .