Finnish artist Pekka Halonen (1865-1933) dedicated his career to capturing the landscape and people of his country, employing a striking realism apparent in the early autumn scene above.
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Although born in Canada, African-American artist Edward Mitchell Bannister (1828-1901) lived and worked mainly in Providence, Rhode Island, creating often moving tributes to nature. Note the contrast in mood and color between The Farm Landing above and Approaching Storm below.
Back in May, the Art Circle group explored their thoughts and feelings about the works of art of iconic Vincent van Gogh. How about French Impressionist master Claude Monet? Of our mini-gallery below, are you drawn to a specific painting? Or perhaps more than one? How about type of location? Particular season? Or period of […]
Would you like to join our ART CIRCLE virtually via this blog? Usually I lead a participatory art series in the local community and one of our most popular sessions focuses on landscapes created by a variety of artists, including Leonardo da Vinci, John Constable, Claude Monet, and Vincent van Gogh. We explore their often panoramic […]
Canadian artist Tom Thomson (1877-1917) often created colorful and expressive landscapes of the wilderness areas of his native country.
American Impressionist Childe Hassam (1859-1935) traveled throughout the northeastern part of the United States, immortalizing the changing landscapes of the seasons including the bright sun and color of springtime portrayed above.
Click on the works of art to enlarge and enhance them. What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley Here’s a needed preview of summer, Poppy Garden, by American Impressionist Willard Metcalf (1858-1925), especially for art lovers besieged by snow and […]
Click once, then twice, to enhance the work of art. Let’s take a journey “down under” this week with some of the leading Australian artists as our guides: from European adventurers seeking new opportunities to to the incomparable expressions of the native Aborigines. Viennese Eugene von Guerard (1811-1901) was already an accomplished painter (trained […]