The divine views of nature

This gallery includes many different paintings of landscapes and nature settings from around the world. The outside is a beautiful place with many different features. Seeing paintings of landscapes manifest the true beauty of nature. It allows artist and the viewers to see how beautiful the world is and how blessed we are as humans to be surrounded by such beauty.

Autumn on the Seine, Argenteuil (Automne sur la Seine Argenteuil), Claude Monet, 1873/1873, From the collection of: High Museum of Art
Autumn on the Seine, Argenteuil by Claude Monet is a landscape painting of the Petit Bras. Monet painted this picture while on a boat shortly after his arrival in Argenteuil. Monet brillant use of color brings out the nature theme of his painting because it brings out the realism of the photo as the elements of nature reflect onto the water.
Landscape at Saint-Rémy (Enclosed Field with Peasant), Vincent van Gogh, 1889, From the collection of: Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields
Landscape at Saint-Rémy was painted by Van Gogh. This painting depicts a man walking through a field full of grass and hills with crops. The different strokes and lines brings out the beauty of nature in the painting.
Landscape at Champrosay, Eugène Delacroix, circa 1849, From the collection of: MuMa - Musée d'art moderne André Malraux
The landscape at Champrosay was painted by Eugène Delacroix. Delacroix use of water coloring brings ebullience and life into the photo as if we can feel the energy of the wind blow upon us. Delacroix uses many different shades of green to bring out the forest like scenery at Champrosay.
A Wooded Landscape with Travelers on a Path through a Hamlet, Meindert Hobbema (Dutch, 1638 - 1709), about 1665, From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
A Wooded Landscape with Travelers on a Path through a Hamlet was created by Meindert Hobbema and Abraham Storck. This photo depicts a land with trees that stand high and powerful over the house and people. This photo looks like a real photo. The artist used great detail as more and more trees are formed in the background as if there is a forest.
Mountain Landscape with Figures, Herman Saftleven the Younger, 1648 - 1652, From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
Mountain Landscape with Figures was drawn by Herman Saftleven the Younger. This drawing is an imaginary landscape that Herman painted. This drawing depicts near and distant views that makes the painting interesting as the mountains stand high over the urban city.
Snowy Landscape at Crozant, Armand Guillaumin, circa 1895, From the collection of: MuMa - Musée d'art moderne André Malraux
Snowy Landscape at Crozant is painted by Armand Guillaumin. This painting depicts a land that covered with the wintry effect of snow. Color stands out in the painting as the ground is cover in white snow with dark shading as it shadows the trees. This painting brings naturalism as the trees begin to get smaller and smaller of into the background which creates a powerful view of a winter like scenery.
The Tatra Landscape, Ladislav Mednyánszky, 1890 - 1895, From the collection of: Slovak National Gallery
The Tatra Landscape by Ladislav Mednyanszky depicts a painting of a scenery of a lake that is surrounded by green land and a mountain that stand high upon the land and lake. This painting creates a view as if one was looking at the mountain from the opposite side. The great brush work creates a great illusion of a cloudy sky that surrounds the mountains making the mountain a focus point of the painting.
Landscape with Pink Blossoms, Ellen Axson Wilson, unknown, From the collection of: The President Woodrow Wilson House
Landscape with Pink Blossoms by Ellen Axson Wilson depicts a scenery of a grassy land that surrounds a pond with pink blossoms that stands with life upon the pond. Colors brings life to the landscape as the greenish brownish hill and tress stands above the pond that mirrors the elements and the pick flower that appears to be the main focus of the landscape.
Tropical Landscape: American Indian Struggling with a Gorilla by Henri Rousseau depicts a painting of a gorilla and Indian man who is holding a spear fighting in the forest. Color brings nature to this painting as the green trees and leaves with yellow flowers and an orange moon brings out the forest like scenery of this painting.
Landscape near Pont-Aven, Paul GAUGUIN, 1888, From the collection of: Artizon Museum, Ishibashi Foundation
Landscape near Pont-Aven was created by Paul Gauguin. The landscape painting depicts a scenery of a land that gazes the woods of Bois d'Amour towards the homestead on the opposite side of the Aven River. Gauguin great use of detail creates a great scenery. From the lines through the hills that creates an illusion of the steep hill to the lines that form the branches that stand long and sharp out of the trees one can depict the earth's nature through out the painting. The green grass filled with light brown colored specs and redish weeds that stand along the pond that reflects the leaveless brown trees and red weed depicts a fall like scenery of great nature artwork.
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