Landscapes in Art

Here we present picturesque landscapes from Art History.
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir, "Landscape at Pont-Aven," 1892. The area of Pont-Aven had been popular with artists, including Paul Gauguin, since the 1850s.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Landscape at Pont-Aven - watercolour and gouache - 1892 - J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Harald Sohlberg, Evening, Akershus, 1913

lawrenceleemagnuson: “ Harald Sohlberg (Norway Evening, Akershus oil on canvas 83 x 116 cm ”

Claude Monet, "Sunrise (Marine)," March or April 1873. Painted during the spring of 1873 as the country struggled to rebuild during the Franco-Prussian war, this "Sunrise" might also metaphorically suggest a new day dawning in France.

Explore the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center and the Getty Villa.

Giovanni Segantini, Mountain Landscape, 1898

Giovanni Segantini, Mountain Landscape, 1898

vincent van gogh death Vincent van Gogh, Village street and stairs in Auvers with figures, May 1890 The Saint Louis Art Museum, Van Gogh's Death

vincent van gogh death Vincent van Gogh, Village street and stairs in Auvers with figures, May 1890 The Saint Louis Art Museum, Van Gogh's Death

Harald Sohlberg, Fisherman's Cottage, 1906, Art Institute of Chicago

Harald Sohlberg Norwegian, Fisherman's Cottage, 1906 Oil on canvas 43 x 37 in. x 94 cm).

Marc Chagall, Bridges Over The Seine, 1954, Kunsthalle Hamburg, Hamburg

Building Bridges Nina Zolotow by Beth Bridges over the Seine by Marc Chagall* “Voyager, there are no bridges, one builds them a.

Edvard Munch, Girls On A Bridge, 1899-1900, Private Collection

The Athenaeum - Girls on the Bridge (Edvard Munch - )

Ferdinand Hodler Mount Niesen Seen from Heustrich, 1910

Der Niesen - Ferdinand Hodler als Kunstdruck oder handgemaltes Gemälde.

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