Texture At its finest 

Roses, Convolvulus, Poppies, and Other Flowers in an Urn on a Stone Ledge, Rachel Ruysch, ca. 1680s - ca. 1680s, From the collection of: National Museum of Women in the Arts
this picture i decided to use because they way the used the texture and color to make this painting look alive really caught my attention!
Spring outing, Shen Zhou, 1483 - Ming dynasty, From the collection of: Hong Kong Museum of Art
i chose this picture because i love how they used the black and white to make the painting come to life
The Abduction of Europa, Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, 1632, From the collection of: The J. Paul Getty Museum
this picture has always been one of my favorites because the way they used the color and texture to illustrate the scene
Italianate Landscape with Travelers, No. 1, Paul Sandby RA, 1731–1809, British, ca. 1765, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
i chose this picture because of the landscape. i feel it was very well thought out and took a lot of time to make it look as intricate as the artist did
A Great Tree, Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1775–1851, British, ca. 1796, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
this painting is one of my favorites because i love how the artists painted this tree
Dartmoor: The Source of the Tamar and the Torridge, Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1775–1851, British, ca. 1813, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
the textures used in this painting are some of my favorites i love the animals and how they stick out to me in this work of art
Romantic Landscape, Herman van Swanevelt, c.1600–1655, Dutch, Thomas Girtin, 1775–1802, British, ca. 1801, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
the landscape done in this painting really makes me understand the textures of the painting
The Lake and Town of Nemi, John Robert Cozens, 1752–1797, British, ca. 1779, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
i chose this because the landscape and textures used on the mountain tops make it really stick out
my favorite part of this picture is the color and the many textures used to make this painting come to life
The Falls of the Reichenbach, John Robert Cozens, 1752–1797, British, 1776, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
this is a great painting because the texture they used on the waterfall really makes it look alive
Lake Morat from Avenches, formerly attributed to Alexander Cozens, 1717–1786, British, Mary Harcourt, 1750–1833, British, ca. 1780, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
the color texture does the trick to me
River pass between semi barren rock cliffs, Edward Lear, 1812–1888, British, 1867, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
this paintings landscape texture is very unique and i love the reflection of the land in the water
The Bay of Naples from Capodimonte, John Robert Cozens, 1752–1797, British, 1790, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
the texture of the trees really made this paining stick out to me
On Mt. Palatine, John Warwick Smith, 1749–1831, British, 1764 to 1831, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
this painting has a very unique design and landscape
Galleria di Sopra, Albano, John Robert Cozens, 1752–1797, British, ca. 1778, From the collection of: Yale Center for British Art
i chose this picture because the way the artist uses texture to make the painting look as spectacular as it is
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