Famous landscape paintings

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Famous landscape paintings


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From the world masters


Coulson Evening Calm.jpg

Gerald Coulson, Evening Calm.




Gainsborough View of Dedham.jpg

Thomas Gainsborough, View of Dedham.


Flemish and Dutch artists, pioneers in the landscape genre

Rubens, Landscape with the Château Steen, 1636.

Dutch art saw landscapes as the medium that expressed pride in their country in the 17th century. Peter Paul Rubens, the most eminent representative of Flemish art, among a vast number of artists excelled in landscape as well as in portraiture, religious, mythological and allegorical subjects. Gillis van Coninxloo worked in a Mannerist style. Pieter van Laar developed his own style of landscape. Esaias van de Velde, Hercules Seghers, Jan van Goyen and Salomon van Ruysdael also were among the pioneers. Aelbert Cuyp was one of the most famous Dutch landscape painters of the Dutch Golden Age. Jacob van Ruisdael (or Ruysdael) was the greatest of all Dutch Golden Age landscape painters; Van Ruisdael excelled in the painting of cloudscapes.


Joachim Patinir, Baptism of Christ, ca. 1510-1520.

Ruisdael The windmill at Wijk bij Duurstede.jpg

Jacob van Ruisdael, The windmill at Wijk bij Duurstede, ca. 1670.


See also


Dover Plains, Dutchess County, New York by Asher Brown Durand.
Diego Rivera, Avila Morning The Ambles Valley, 1908.
Philippe De Loutherbourg, The Falls of the Rhine at Schaffhausen, 1788.

External links

John Constable, Dedham Vale.


Alan Ingham, In Splendid Isolation.
Ivan Shishkin, Path in a Forest, 1880.
William Turner, Venice, Storm at Sunset, 1840.
Paul Gauguin, Landscape Farmhouse in Arles, 1888.




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