French Impressionist Alfred Sisley (1839-1899), like the rest of his colleagues, captured the often rich colors and radiant light of the changing seasons throughout the year.
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While I’m traveling, you might enjoy a memory of autumnal New England by American Impressionist Childe Hassam (1859-1935).
Reposted from 2013. The Road goes ever on and on Out from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, Let others follow it who can! Let them a journey new begin. But I at last with weary feet Will turn towards the lighted inn, My evening-rest and sleep to […]
Canadian artist Tom Thomson (1877-1917) expressed his emotions and passion for nature through his often unforgettable landscapes.
Polish artist Edward Okun (1872-1945) is often considered an Art Nouveau artist, apparent in the graceful, curving line of the branches of the autumnal tree.
French Impressionist giant Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1917) may be best known for his memorable portraits of women and children, but he also created a substantial number of landscapes, especially of autumn.
Here’s a repeat of an autumn blog from 2015. AUTUMN REFLECTIONS THE MYSTERY OF THE FOREST In some mysterious way woods have never seemed to be static things. In physical terms I move through them; yet in metaphysical ones, they seem to move through me. John Fowles Early Modern artist […]
Impressionist master Claude Monet (1840-1926) celebrated the beauty of the Seine River every season. Jeufosse is close to the artist’s home at Giverny.
American Impressionist Robert Vonnoh (1858-1933) worked both in France and in the United States, immortalizing the landscape of both countries throughout all seasons.
If the path be beautiful, let us not ask where it leads. Anatole France* French Impressionist leader Claude Monet (1840-1926) was a supreme landscapist; The Wooded Path is an early work, done when he was only in his twenties. *A Touch of Class by Carl Vanderheyden