The Fair of Saint George's Day ( c.1559) The Fair of Saint George's Day is one of two prints in which Bruegel describes a fair scene
Indian Pass (1847) by Thomas Cole Indian pass celebrates the beauty of the Adirondack Mountains in New York states.
Imaginary View of Padua (1741-1744) Canatello's prints depict actual Venetian views and imaginary landscapes.
Camille Corot was much beloved during his lifetime for his ethereal, dreamy landscape that often combined scenes from mythology with a very personal interpretation of nature observed.
This painting was inspired by Church's travels including Africa, Europe, The Middle East, South America and North America.
This painting depicts two figures looking out over the valley one touching the shoulder of the other and moaning toward the town. The focal point of the work are the dramatic mountain range in the background and the sky above.
This painting, one of Ruysdael's finest river landscapes, includes an expanse of water animates by reflections; tonal harmony of browns and ochers; the bright skies with streaks of pink and blue, violet and gray.
Whitehead gave an impression of the grandeur of the mountain in this Sassafras Valley by adopting a high viewpoint, which emphasised the gigantic proportions of trees rising from the dense mass of ferns.
The four times of day: night. Mix of color, red, green, gray and black and good.
A picturesque landscape of twilight in the Australian bush. At the base of an immense river gum, two aborigines rest in a hut, a third figures prepares to cross the river to join them.
Landscape with a mill-run and ruins. Very detailed, awesome nature painting.
Sheep wash in the western district. Beautiful Landscape, color mix is good.
Stony Rises, Lake Corngamite
Waterfall on the Clyde River, Tasmania
Evening, Merri Creek
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