The Beauty With In                 Amy Killgore

This collective artwork, features painting of landscapes with texture within them. When you are looking at these pictures it is as if you can feel the grass beneath your toes or feel the sun touching your skin. These artist show you a different side to landscaping then you have ever seen before. 

Landscape at Saint-Rémy (Enclosed Field with Peasant), Vincent van Gogh, 1889, From the collection of: Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields
Vincent painting of Enclosed field were a farmer working, you can sense the hard work by taking a look at this picture. You can feel the wind as the farmer is working. The grain has movement through out it.
The Forest, Şeker Ahmed Paşa (Turkish, 1841-1907), 1894, From the collection of: Sakıp Sabancı Museum
As you look at Pasa painting, you can't help but wonder what is beyond the forest, how the trees would feel against your skin. The green grass is vivid and filled with life.
Landscape with Figures, Alessandro Magnasco, called Lissandrino, About 1713/1714, From the collection of: Birmingham Museum of Art
As you look at Magnasco painting of a dark forest with two men in the corner, it isn't the men that catch your eye. Its the depth to the forest and how scary and dark it is. You can see how dangerous the forest really is, with the type of textured he used.
City Scape, Ham, Myung Su, 2011, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
This Myung Su painting of the city shows you texture through out it, it almost feels like this city is uneven and full of mystery. You can see the markings on the road and throughout the building.
Rough weather at Étretat, Claude Monet, (1883), From the collection of: National Gallery of Victoria
Monet has an amazing way of showing you danger in the painting. How big the waves are and how powerful they can be. The texture in the mist almost seems like you can feel the water on your skin.
Winter Night. Figure on the Bridge, Ladislav Mednyánszky, 1888, From the collection of: Slovak National Gallery
Mednyánszky shows you fear, and darkness. With this painting it is like looking deep within the forest. The branches are reaching out to get you. The water is ice cold. The texture he used within his trees shows depth.
Danish Landscape, Harald Slott-Møller, 1891, From the collection of: SMK - Statens Museum for Kunst
Slott-Møller, painting of a wheat field has so much texture. You can almost touch the wheat in this picture. Its like you are there, sitting in the wheat field looking up at the blue sky. The details of the wheat look realistic.
Autumn Landscape, Charles Ethan Porter, 1890/1891, From the collection of: SCAD Museum of Art
This painting by Porter, is a field with a small cottage in the back, there are small flowers you can see in the front. With the grass flowing in the wind, you can almost sense a storm coming in.
Wagon in the Forest, Ladislav Mednyánszky, 1880 - 1900, From the collection of: Slovak National Gallery
Another Medyánszky of a dark forest with the only source of hope is the white horse. The texture through out the forest is thick, with the darkness all around you, its as if you are getting lost.
Accumulation, Ham, Myung Su, 2006, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
Myung Su, did an amazing close up of rocky mountains landscape, the texture with in the rocks is so realistic. This picture almost feels as if you are about the climbing this mountain.
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