Landscape Art Prints - Page 6

The genre of landscape art has a long and rich history, dating back to ancient times. Throughout history, artists have been inspired by the natural world and have sought to capture its beauty and majesty in their work.

One of the earliest examples of landscape art is found in ancient Chinese painting. The Tang dynasty (618-907) is particularly notable for its landscape paintings, which often depicted mountains, rivers, and other natural features. These paintings were created using a variety of techniques, including ink and wash painting, which allowed artists to create nuanced and detailed depictions of the landscape.

In Europe, landscape art became more prevalent during the Renaissance. Artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Albrecht Dürer used landscapes as backdrops for their religious and mythological paintings, while others, such as Pieter Bruegel the Elder, focused on capturing the everyday life of people in rural areas.

During the 17th and 18th centuries, landscape art underwent a significant transformation. Artists began to focus more on the natural world itself, rather than using it as a backdrop for other subjects. This period is often referred to as the "Golden Age" of landscape painting, and artists such as Claude Lorrain and Nicolas Poussin created sweeping, panoramic views of the countryside.

In the 19th century, landscape art underwent another significant shift. Artists such as J.M.W. Turner and John Constable began to focus on capturing the effects of light and atmosphere on the natural world. This period is often referred to as the "Romantic" period of landscape painting, as artists sought to capture the emotional and spiritual aspects of the natural world.

Today, landscape art continues to be an important genre. Contemporary artists are using a variety of mediums, including photography, video, and installation art, to explore the relationship between humans and the natural world. Whether capturing the majesty of mountains or the serenity of a quiet forest, landscape art remains a powerful medium for exploring the beauty and complexity of the world around us.

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The Past, 1838 by Thomas Cole | Art Print

The Past 1838

Thomas Cole
Giclée Canvas Print
$49.12
SKU: 19128-CTH
Original Size:103 x 153.7 cm
Five College Museum Massachusetts USA

A View of the Mountain Pass Called the Notch of the White Mountains (Crawford Notch), 1839 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19127-CTH
Original Size:102 x 155.8 cm
National Gallery of Art Washington USA

Tornado in an American Forest, 1831 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19126-CTH
Original Size:117.8 x 164 cm
National Gallery of Art Washington USA

Italian Coast Scene with Ruined Tower, 1838 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19125-CTH
Original Size:86.4 x 116.8 cm
National Gallery of Art Washington USA

Dream of Arcadia, 1838 by Thomas Cole | Art Print

Dream of Arcadia 1838

Thomas Cole
Giclée Canvas Print
$49.12
SKU: 19124-CTH
Original Size:98 x 159.4 cm
Denver Museum of Art Colorado USA

View of the Arno, Near Florence, 1837 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19123-CTH
Original Size:83.8 x 134.6 cm
Worcester Art Museum Massachusetts USA

The Return, 1837 by Thomas Cole | Art Print

The Return 1837

Thomas Cole
Giclée Canvas Print
$49.12
SKU: 19122-CTH
Original Size:99 x 160 cm
Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington USA

The Departure, 1837 by Thomas Cole | Art Print

The Departure 1837

Thomas Cole
Giclée Canvas Print
$49.12
SKU: 19121-CTH
Original Size:99 x 160 cm
Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington USA

The Course of Empire: Desolation, 1836 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19120-CTH
Original Size:99 x 160 cm
Historical Society New York USA

The Course of Empire: The Consummation of Empire, 1836 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19119-CTH
Original Size:129.5 x 193 cm
Historical Society New York USA

The Course of Empire: The Arcadian or Pastoral State, 1834 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19118-CTH
Original Size:99 x 160 cm
Historical Society New York USA

The Course of Empire: The Savage State, 1834 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19117-CTH
Original Size:99 x 160 cm
Historical Society New York USA

A View Near Tivoli (Morning), 1832 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19116-CTH
Original Size:35.5 x 58.7 cm
Metropolitan Museum of Art New York USA

View Near the Village of Catskill, 1827 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19115-CTH
Original Size:61 x 89 cm
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco California USA

The Clove, Catskills, 1827 by Thomas Cole | Art Print

The Clove, Catskills 1827

Thomas Cole
Giclée Canvas Print
$53.05
SKU: 19114-CTH
Original Size:63.5 x 89.2 cm
New Britain Museum of American Art Connecticut USA

Scene from'The Last of the Mohicans', Cora Kneeling at the Feet of Tamenund, 1827 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19113-CTH
Original Size:64.4 x 89 cm
Wadsworth Atheneum Hartford USA

Landscape Composition, St. John in the Wilderness, 1827 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19112-CTH
Original Size:91.4 x 73.5 cm
Wadsworth Atheneum Hartford USA

Storm King of the Hudson, c.1825/27 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19111-CTH
Original Size:58.4 x 78.7 cm
Ball State University Museum of Art Indiana USA

Catskills Mountain Landscape, c.1826 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19110-CTH
Original Size:40.3 x 55.5 cm
Public Collection

Sunrise in the Catskills, 1826 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19109-CTH
Original Size:63.5 x 89 cm
National Gallery of Art Washington USA

From the Top of Kaaterskill Falls, 1826 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19108-CTH
Original Size:79 x 104.5 cm
Detroit Institute of Arts Michigan USA

Kaaterskill Falls, 1826 by Thomas Cole | Art Print

Kaaterskill Falls 1826

Thomas Cole
Giclée Canvas Print
$51.69
SKU: 19107-CTH
Original Size:63.5 x 89.7 cm
Westervelt Warner Museum of American Art Alabama USA

Falls of the Kaaterskill, 1826 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19106-CTH
Original Size:109.2 x 91.4 cm
Westervelt Warner Museum of American Art Alabama USA

Lake with Dead Trees (Catskill), 1825 by Thomas Cole | Art Print
SKU: 19105-CTH
Original Size:68.5 x 83.8 cm
Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College Ohio USA

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