Landscape Art Prints - Page 3

The genre of landscape art has a long and rich history, dating back to ancient times. Throughout history, artists have been inspired by the natural world and have sought to capture its beauty and majesty in their work.

One of the earliest examples of landscape art is found in ancient Chinese painting. The Tang dynasty (618-907) is particularly notable for its landscape paintings, which often depicted mountains, rivers, and other natural features. These paintings were created using a variety of techniques, including ink and wash painting, which allowed artists to create nuanced and detailed depictions of the landscape.

In Europe, landscape art became more prevalent during the Renaissance. Artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Albrecht Dürer used landscapes as backdrops for their religious and mythological paintings, while others, such as Pieter Bruegel the Elder, focused on capturing the everyday life of people in rural areas.

During the 17th and 18th centuries, landscape art underwent a significant transformation. Artists began to focus more on the natural world itself, rather than using it as a backdrop for other subjects. This period is often referred to as the "Golden Age" of landscape painting, and artists such as Claude Lorrain and Nicolas Poussin created sweeping, panoramic views of the countryside.

In the 19th century, landscape art underwent another significant shift. Artists such as J.M.W. Turner and John Constable began to focus on capturing the effects of light and atmosphere on the natural world. This period is often referred to as the "Romantic" period of landscape painting, as artists sought to capture the emotional and spiritual aspects of the natural world.

Today, landscape art continues to be an important genre. Contemporary artists are using a variety of mediums, including photography, video, and installation art, to explore the relationship between humans and the natural world. Whether capturing the majesty of mountains or the serenity of a quiet forest, landscape art remains a powerful medium for exploring the beauty and complexity of the world around us.

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Cross on the Baltic Sea, 1815 by Caspar David Friedrich | Art Print
SKU: 19388-FCD
Original Size:44.7 x 32 cm
Public Collection

Sailing Ship, c.1815 by Caspar David Friedrich | Art Print
SKU: 19387-FCD
Original Size:96 x 74.5 cm
Public Collection

The Castle of the Pyrenees, 1959 by Rene Magritte | Art Print
SKU: 19386-MAG
Original Size:200 x 145 cm
The Israel Museum Jerusalem Israel

HMS Beagle at Tierra del Fuego, n.d. by Conrad Martens | Art Print
SKU: 19385-COM
Original Size:20 x 30.6 cm
Maritime Art Museum Greenwich United Kingdom

Variation: The Orange Path, 1916 by Alexei Jawlensky | Art Print
SKU: 19380-JAA
Original Size:37.5 x 26 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Variation: Twilight, c.1916 by Alexei Jawlensky | Art Print
SKU: 19379-JAA
Original Size:36 x 27 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Variation: Night, 1916 by Alexei Jawlensky | Art Print
SKU: 19378-JAA
Original Size:35.5 x 27 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Variation: Severe Winter, 1916 by Alexei Jawlensky | Art Print
SKU: 19377-JAA
Original Size:36 x 27 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

At the Baltic Sea, 1911 by Alexei Jawlensky | Art Print
SKU: 19372-JAA
Original Size:50 x 54 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

The Village of Murnau, 1908 by Alexei Jawlensky | Art Print
SKU: 19369-JAA
Original Size:49 x 53.5 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

The Brumous Bay (Mistral-Sky), 1914 by Pierre Bonnard | Art Print
SKU: 19366-BON
Original Size:34 x 53 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Apple Trees in Eragny, Sunny Morning, 1903 by Pissarro | Art Print
SKU: 19365-PIC
Original Size:54.6 x 65.8 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Chestnut Trees in Osny, 1883 by Pissarro | Art Print
SKU: 19364-PIC
Original Size:46.2 x 38.3 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

A Corner of l'Hermitage, Pontoise, 1878 by Pissarro | Art Print
SKU: 19363-PIC
Original Size:54.6 x 65 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Snowy Landscape near l'Hermitage, 1875 by Pissarro | Art Print
SKU: 19362-PIC
Original Size:54.2 x 73 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

The Pond at Montfoucault, Effect of Winter, 1874 by Pissarro | Art Print
SKU: 19361-PIC
Original Size:60 x 73 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Farmhouse in a Forest Glade with Riders, c.1765/68 by Caspar Wolf | Art Print
SKU: 19359-WOC
Original Size:63.8 x 117 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Ruin of a Castle near a Lake with Fishermen, c.1765/68 by Caspar Wolf | Art Print
SKU: 19358-WOC
Original Size:63.8 x 116.6 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Landscape with Ruins, 1769 by Caspar Wolf | Art Print

Landscape with Ruins 1769

Caspar Wolf
Giclée Canvas Print
$50.96
SKU: 19357-WOC
Original Size:78.4 x 114.4 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Bear, Attacked by a Pack of Hounds, 1772 by Caspar Wolf | Art Print
SKU: 19356-WOC
Original Size:102 x 82 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Stag, Attacked by a Pack of Hounds, 1772 by Caspar Wolf | Art Print
SKU: 19355-WOC
Original Size:102 x 82 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Landscape with Beatus Cave, c.1774/77 by Caspar Wolf | Art Print
SKU: 19354-WOC
Original Size:29.2 x 37.5 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

The Old and the New Gotthard Road above Hospental, c.1774/77 by Caspar Wolf | Art Print
SKU: 19353-WOC
Original Size:54 x 82 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

Tempest over the Lake of Thun, c.1774/77 by Caspar Wolf | Art Print
SKU: 19352-WOC
Original Size:54.4 x 81.7 cm
Kunstmuseum Basel Switzerland

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