The perspectives of nature

This gallery is dedicated to the greatness of nature. You can appreciate it from different perspectives that can cause us feelings such as greatness or despair due the fact that greatness can overwhelm you.

Rocky Landscape, Ramón Martí Alsina, 1887, From the collection of: Fundación Banco Santander
The horizon it's located in the middle of the imagine, dividing the sky from the mountains, also the image generates depth using different layers in order to create that perspective.
Landscape with Ruins, Lluís Rigalt, 1848, From the collection of: Fundación Banco Santander
This picture show us that no matter what nature will last forever in comparison to the things created by the men as buildings. The horizon it's located down the middle of the image divided by the mountains and the sky.
The Valley of Mexico Seen from the Tenayo Hill, Eugenio Landesio, 1870, From the collection of: Museo Nacional de Arte
This image show us how small and weak is human compared with nature, the horizon is located in the middle of the image divided by the mountains and the sky.
Egypcian Landscape, Carlos de Haes, 1883, From the collection of: Museo Nacional del Romanticismo
In this image we can see how small human is and how weak are their creations compared with nature, because no matter how much time will pass, nature always will consume what human created. The horizon is located down of the middle.
Smugglers in the Ronda Hills, Manuel Barrón y Carrillo, 1849, From the collection of: Museo Nacional del Romanticismo
In this picture we can see how small is human compared with nature, also the horizon of this image it's located in the upper third of the image, the bridge it's making the horizon, dividing the forest from the sky.
Clouds over the Valley of Mexico, Gerardo Murillo "Dr. Atl", 1933, From the collection of: Museo Nacional de Arte
The horizon of this image it's located down of the middle divided by the mountains and the clouds. The perspective looks like if we were looking over the mountain, it show us how great nature is.
The Mexico City Alameda, José María Velasco, 1866, From the collection of: Museo Nacional de Arte
This image show us how big nature is compared with humans. the horizon is located in the middle dividing the sky to the ground.
Sunset 2, Diego Rivera, 1956, From the collection of: Museo Dolores Olmedo
In this image the horizon is located in the middle of the image, dividing the sky from the ocean. It show us how big the ocean it's compared with the mountains, because ocean it's covering half of the image.
The Metlac Ravine, José María Velasco, 1893, From the collection of: Museo Nacional de Arte
The horizon is located in the upper third of the image, dividing the sky from the mountains. This image also show how big is nature compared with the human infrastructure.
Sunset 9, Diego Rivera, 1956, From the collection of: Museo Dolores Olmedo
The horizon is located in the upper third of the image, dividing the sky from the ocean. We also can appreciate the greatness of ocean, mostly because it's using more space in the painting than the sky and mountains.
Sunset 15, Diego Rivera, 1956, From the collection of: Museo Dolores Olmedo
Sunset 20, Diego Rivera, 1956, From the collection of: Museo Dolores Olmedo
The horizon it's located down of the middle of the image, dividing the sky from the ocean. In this painting the artist gave more emphasis to the sky because it is using most of the space in the painting.
North African Landscape, Mariano Fortuny i Marsal, ca. 1862, From the collection of: Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga
This picture show us how small human is compared with nature. The horizon it's located up the middle of the image, dividing the sky from the ground.
Landscape and River, Charles Francois Daubigny, 1876, From the collection of: Huntington Museum of Art
The horizon in this image it's located up the middle of the image dividing the sky from the land. This image projects melancholy because of the colors that the artist used, the image also shows movement in the clouds.
Landscape with Philemon and Baucis, Peter Paul Rubens, 1620/1625, From the collection of: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
This image show so much movement, because of the clouds and rivers, also show how weak human it's compared with nature. The horizon it's located in the upper third of the image dividing the mountains from the sky.
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