Natural scenery

The following images are mainly paintings on canvas but also includes images of glass sculptures. The theme is natural scenery meaning a wide view overlooking a scene full of trees and flowers. Most of the artworks are paintings where land meets the water. There are some paintings which portray the natural scenery through the four seasons using a mixture of shades, tons and colour to bring out the beauty in each artwork. Each of these artworks hold a sense relation to each other through the theme natural scenery.

Autumn Landscape Study (Baden bei Wien #181), Huchthausen, David R. (American, b. 1951), Artist, 1978 - 1978, From the collection of: Corning Museum of Glass
Oirase Ravine (Autumn), Okuda Gensō, 1983, From the collection of: Yamatane Museum of Art
The Magpie, Claude Monet, 1868 - 1869, From the collection of: Musée d’Orsay, Paris
The white orchard, Vincent van Gogh, April 1888 - 1888, From the collection of: Van Gogh Museum
This artwork respresents the Subjective Frame because this artwork brings out the sense of spring that the artist must have felt when painting this artwork. In the artwork you can see the orchard trees in full bloom giving viewers a beautiful first impression of the artwork.
The Lackawanna Valley, George Inness, c. 1856, From the collection of: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Streamside, Edward Mitchell Bannister, 1870, From the collection of: SCAD Museum of Art
Purrumbete from across the lake, Eugene VON GUÉRARD, 1858, From the collection of: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Sydney Heads, Eugene von Guérard, 1865, From the collection of: Art Gallery of New South Wales
Cliffs of Green River, Thomas Moran, 1874, From the collection of: Amon Carter Museum of American Art
California Spring, Albert Bierstadt (1830–1902), 1875, From the collection of: de Young museum
Water Lilies, Claude Monet, 1915 - 1926, From the collection of: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Montmartre: behind the Moulin de la Galette, Vincent van Gogh, July 1887 - 1887, From the collection of: Van Gogh Museum
This artwork evidences the Structural Frame because when observing the artwork the audience can clearly view every line and pattern within this artwork. The clouds above the buildings can easily depicted as a soft texture.
Auckland, from the Verandah of Mr Reader Wood's Cottage, John Kinder, 1856, From the collection of: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
This artwork characterises the Post-Modern Frame due to the fact that the artist has used mixture of both constructions and nature to create this artwork. Giving a meaning of the relationship between something of natural causes and the making of human hands creating a beautiful scenery.
Water Lilies and Japanese Bridge, Claude Monet, 1899, From the collection of: Princeton University Art Museum
This artwork strongly characterises due to many different aspects of this artwork. The title has already informed the audience of it's culture which is japanese. The style of a bridge and the types of water lilies painted in this artwork has portrayed some of japenese people's styles and interests.
Black Forest Study (Baden bei Wien #112), Huchthausen, David R. (American, b. 1951), Artist, 1978 - 1978, From the collection of: Corning Museum of Glass
Home
Explore
Nearby
Profile