Naturalism

Naturalism, in art, is the depiction of realistic objects in a natural setting. These artworks all have some relation to nature or have a realistic and natural appearance. Naturalism in philosophy is the "idea or belief that only natural laws operate the world" which these images do a good job in representing. 

This art work was painted by Alexander Lawson, after Wilson from 1808 to 1814, it consists of 5 birds with their eggs as well as an insect.
This oil on canvas painting portrays the death of Horatio Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar on October 21, 1805, painted by Benjamin West.
This painting is by John Trumbull, in 1788, which portrays various British officers during the American Revolution.
Gilbert Stuart painted this portrait of George Washington in 1796, served as the basis for the image of Washington on the one dollar bill.
This Oil on canvas art work was painted by Thomas Sully portraying the children of his family.
This painting is oil and graphite on canvas, painted by Charles Bird King in 1830. It shows a clutter of different artifacts, including books, paintings, sculptures, and writings.
This oil on canvas painting is by Charles Wilson Peale, he painted it during 1813 and completed in 1823. The artwork is a landscape painting displaying the beauty of nature.
After being overcome by the sight, John Vanderlyn began to sketch and paint this artwork of Niagara Falls from 1802 to 1803.
This artwork was painted in 1805, oil on canvas, by Washington Allston of a landscape with mountains and trees, as well as some people.
This painting by Samuel F.B. Morse was painted in 1835, oil on wood, and portrays Mrs. Richard Cary Morse and her family.
Rembrandt Peale painted this oil on canvas portrait of his brother, Rubens Peale, with a Geranium in 1801, Philadelphia.
The artist Raphaelle Peale painted this work in 1813, Philadelphia, portraying melons and a plant. Representing "still life"
This miniature portrait of Nancy Aersten was painted by Anna Claypoole Peale in 1820, watercolor on ivory. Peale specialized in miniature paintings like her father.
This landscape displays either a sunrise or sunset, with a view of the ferry's in the water as well as the nature surrounding it.
This watercolor on paper painting shows the view above the falls of the Schuylkill, painted in 1819 by Joshua H. Shaw.
This artwork was done by John James Audubon from 1827 - 1830 of humming birds with flowers. It is an engraving and aquatint with applied watercolor.
This sculpture was modeled from 1790 to 1794, and carved in 1815, sculpted by Giuseppe Ceracchi out of marble.
This statue of a seated child wrapped in a cloak was carved by William Rush in 1810 out of pine.
This artwork of two snow owls was etched by Robert Havell, after John James Audubon, in 1831, from aquatint on Whatman paper.
This portrait of Henry Clay was painted by John Neagle in 1842. During conflict of slavery between the North and South, Clay proposed compromise. His last act earned him the title "Great Pacificator"
This sculpture of Diana the Huntress was crafted by Jean-Antoine Houdon from 1776 to 1795. It shows the "swift goddess of moon and hunt" poised on one foot.
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