Siglo XIX

John Constable: The bay of Weymouth, h. 1816.
Caspar David Friedrich: The three ages, h. 1835.
Theodore Rousseau: Encinas, 1852.
Gustave Courbet: The rocks of Etretat after the storm, 1870.
Carlos de Haes: Peaks of Europe, 1876.
Giovanni Fattori: Rest in the Maremma with farmers, 1873-1875.
Camille Pissarro: Landscape in Chaponval, 1880.
Paul Cezanne: Mount Sainte-Victoire, seen from Bibemus, h. 1898-1900.
“Everything leads to paisaje necessarily,” said German painter Runge sentence that can be applied to the entire nineteenth century. In Europe, such as John Ruskin realized, and presented Sir Kenneth Clark, the painting was a landscape of great artistic creation of the nineteenth century, with the result that over the following people was “capable of assuming The appreciation of the natural beauty and landscape painting is a normal and permanent part of our spiritual activities. ” In the analysis of Clark, underlying European ways to convert the complexity of the landscape in an idea were four fundamental approaches: by the acceptance of descriptive symbols, by curiosity about the facts of nature by creating fantasy dreams to ease deep-rooted in the nature and the belief in a golden age of harmony and order, which could be recovered .
In the romantic era, the landscape becomes an actor and producer of emotions and subjective experiences. The picturesque and the sublime are then two ways of seeing the landscape. The first tours return these views to produce a popular souvenir on the sites and landscapes. Opened the way the English John Constable, which was dedicated to painting landscapes of rural England, not affected by the Industrial Revolution, including those places that were known since childhood, as the Valley of Dedham. He did so with a technical breakdown in small Ancient art strokes of color that makes it a precursor of Impressionism, conducts studies of atmospheric phenomena, including cloud. The exhibition of his works at the Salon de Paris of 1824 was great success among the French artists, beginning with Delacroix. William Turner who is also English, but his contemporary artistic life longer, reflecting the change in modernity, as in his most famous work: Rain, Steam and Speed, which greek sculpture appeared in the novel is certainly an issue, rail and bridge antiquities in Maidenhead, the engineering marvel of the time. With Turner Landscape Forms was dissolved in whirlwinds of color recognize that not always allowed as reflected in the table.
In Germany, Blech continued to reflect the traditional landscape par excellence, the Italian, but very different from previous times. Italy presented a somewhat picturesque, idyllic nothing, which was the subject of criticism. Philipp Otto Runge and Caspar David Friedrich, the two most prominent artists of the German Romantic painting, if you were devoted to the landscape of his country. Encouraged by a pietistic spirit, to create religious paintings, but not through the representation of scenes for that matter, but history of art reflects the grandeur of the landscape in a way to move to pity.
The passage of clasico landscape ‘gives realistic landscape Camille Corot who, like Turner or Blech, crossing its formative stage in Italy. Started with another way to treat the landscape, different from the romantic. As it did after the Barbizon school and, subsequently, the Impressionism gave the landscape a very different role to that of the Romantic. The meticulously observed and relative terms of light and color, to create a faithful representation of the view that perception may have an observer. This loyalty, which is experienced in such contrasts and touches of how to “vibrante . Corot returned to France when I travel around the country seeking new landscapes, frequent the forest of Fontainebleau, where he met egyptian art a number of painters who cultivated the landscape realistically reflecting meadows, rivers and the natural tree. Works that were aroused little interest among the public or critics, because the painting was still dominated by academic history paintings, the big issue par excellence. The most prominent painter of the Barbizon School was Theodore Rousseau, followed by Diaz de la Pena and Jules Dupre. Albert Charpin, the painter of sheep and cattle from the same school, is another example of painting landscapes with natural beauty. Gustave Courbet did not belong to the School of Barbizon, but I paint realistic landscapes in his youth.
Liaison between the school and served as the impressionist Eugene Boudin, Johan Barthold Jongkind, who worked in the countryside, outdoors, painting landscapes bathed in light. As the Barbizon painters, the impressionists, their motives in seeking the true nature that surrounded them, not idealized, but his vision is not the sober school of realistic, but glorifying the unspoiled nature and simple life that reflected in his paintings.

The Sacramento Bee
summer when we have more time outdoors, it seems especially suited for roman art shows of landscape painting, that is why Elliott Wrong Gallery is hosting its sixth egypt art annual greek art look at our natural surroundings. “Where We Live” is the title of the show, where artists from all parts of the state, but the Central Valley.
For Bentonville Scott Eccleston, freedom can be found along a hiking and biking trail that winds from sculpture art Compton Gardens downtown to the greece art back of the future Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Northwest Edition)
Daily Art
Ferdinand Hodler, Der art Tag, um 1900/1910. ‘Auf Leinwand, 170 x 368 cm. Kunstmuseum Luzern, Depositum of Eglin Bernhard Foundation. he can show you all over the museum and his brother both buy and sell antiquities for many years LUZERN .- With its new exhibition, Museum of Art Lucerne, the tried and trusted form of changing exhibition presentation.
Flat Head Beacon
As a budding landscape artist Roger Rink East Glaciers are the perfect addition to his artistic ambitions: construction work. For years, Rink worked in construction, moving across the country from West Virginia to North Carolina to New York. The often variable construction schedule, two months of hard labor, followed by two months off, many time to immerse yourself …