Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Martin Weinstein - American


Jane Peterson - American 1876-1965

Mountain Laurel, 32 x 32 inches

This painting was classified as a still life, but could also be a landscape. The tiny patch of blue in the upper right corner suggests sky and distance. The landscape genre can be combined with other painting genres such as: figurative, portraiture, interiors, still life.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Framed sea

Childe Hassam

Charles Walter Simpson, English

Sea framed by rocks. A seascape can easily look lopsided if the cliffs or rocks are on one side only.
In both of these paintings there is a path along which the eye is led into the scene.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Winslow Homer - American

Cape Trinity, Saguenay River


(detail) Coconut Palms, Key West

Willard Leroy Metcalf - American 1858-1925

Giverny, 26 x 32 inches

Ray Roberts - American

Canyon de Chelley, 25 x 30

Carmel Highlands, 30 x 40 inches

Nicolas Poussin - French

Blind Orion Searching for the Rising Sun, 1658, 119 x 183 cm

Hudson River

Hans Frederik Gude - Norwegian 1825-1903

Richard Dunlop - Australian

Kyoto Garden, 150 x 150 cm

Wattle, oil on linen, 150 x 150 cm

Charlie Baird - British



Isaak Ilyich Levitan

Above the Eternal Peace, 1894

Clyde Aspevig - American

Yellowstone Falls, 48 x 48 inches

Oranges, 20 x 24 inches

Prairie Awakening, 40 x 50 inches

Scott Christensen - American

Arthur Wesley Dow - American

Simplicity. A touch of soft pink in the sky is a magical complement to the pale greens.

Christopher Burch - American (contemporary)

Aureus, 40 x 40 inches