George Clausen's warm, peaceful, evocative Twilight: Interior (also known as Reading by Lamplight, painted 1909) is in Leeds Art Gallery, which is a very fine city at dusk as the painter John Atkinson Grimshaw well knew. If you screw your eyes up, parts of Leeds still look remarkably similar to the scenes he painted - Park Row, for example.
[Park Row, Leeds (1882) John Atkinson Grimshaw, in Leeds Art Gallery]
The grand Victorian city, the Art Gallery with its oustanding collection and grand rooms, the warm, bright Central Library with its beautiful tiled arches and excellent arts/architecture/craft sections, the stunning Tiled Hall Cafe between the two, plus the spectacular, glittering arcades (especially the beautiful County Arcade) and the bustling Kirkgate Market are all wonderful places to be at dusk. And if it's raining, so much the better, because Leeds on a cold, gloomy, wet November afternoon is as good as it gets.