Famous landscape paintings
From the world masters
Gerald Coulson, Evening Calm.
L'Etang de Beauregard dans la commune Le Louroux
The Ninth Wave
Scenes of Life in Cairo
Vue d’une mer agitée près d’une falaise
Valley of Mexico
José María Velasco
Bristol Channel from Penarth, Evening
A Field of Poppies
Vista del Pico de Orizaba
Luminous Morning, Valley of Mexico
Adirondack Mountains watercolor
Sunlight on the Coast
Thomas Gainsborough, View of Dedham.
Flemish and Dutch artists, pioneers in the landscape genre
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.
Jacob van Ruisdael, The windmill at Wijk bij Duurstede, ca. 1670.
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