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1063 Discovered works of art
Landscape painting, as an established genre of figurative painting, includes both the representation of natural landscapes and other cultural landscapes - such. B. Cities and architecture, industrial plants and garden art.

Although the first frescoes in ancient times already have hints of interpretations of the landscape, of which unfortunately almost nothing is left, landscape painting was meaningless in the early days of painting.
It was not until the end of the Middle Ages that the perception and meaning of the landscape changed for the people and, as a separate art form, moved on to the art world. The effort to reproduce the natural environment in its special character in as much detail as possible has attracted a growing number of dedicated artists dedicated to this genre. The new, aesthetic view of the surroundings and landscape reflected the zeitgeist of a new perception and appreciation of the world in its time that one wanted to capture in this new art form.

With the beginning of the Renaissance, a new understanding of the world came about and an aspiration for the scientific study of the world developed. This supports the further development of landscape painting and, in particular, the examination of perspectival representations. In addition to the linear perspective, the examination of the central perspective and the aerial perspective developed. It also used technical tools, such. For example, the Camera Obscura to further develop perspective in painting.
The development of oil painting then opened up further possibilities of finest color gradations and more brilliant colors, translucent glazes made possible a new and lifelike representation of the natural play of light and shadow.

While heroic, idealized landscapes based on ancient mythology and the world of the Bible prevailed at the beginning of the 17th century, the emergence of Dutch landscape painting and a wealthy and art-demanding bourgeoisie also created a multitude of new themes in landscape painting in this century , The genre soon diversified into a variety of new thematic portrayals - from mountain, forest, sea and coastal landscapes to imaginative artistic landscapes. In this century, landscape painting developed into a completely independent genre of art, which now completely renounced the depiction of human figures and scenes in the landscape structure.

Find here with us the most beautiful and expressive, high-quality art prints of all epochs of landscape painting and be inspired by the radiance of the artworks.

Der Silvaplanersee im Herbst
1907 | Oil on canvas

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Der Silvaplanersee im Herbst
1907 | Oil on canvas

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Der Buchenwald
1885 | Oil on canvas

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Der Buchenwald
1885 | Oil on canvas

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Der Grammont
1905 | Oil on canvas

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Der Grammont
1905 | Oil on canvas

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Souvenir de Mortefontaine, 1864
1864 | Oil on canvas

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Souvenir de Mortefontaine, 1864
1864 | Oil on canvas

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Fjord at Hesnes, 1925
1925 | oil on canvas

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Fjord at Hesnes, 1925
1925 | oil on canvas

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Golding Constable's Flower Garde...
1815 | Oil on canvas

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Golding Constable's Flower Garde...
1815 | Oil on canvas

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LEglise de Vernon, brouillard, 1...
1884 | oil on canvas

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LEglise de Vernon, brouillard, 1...
1884 | oil on canvas

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View at Nijeibabad, near the Coa...
1804 | coloured aquatint

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View at Nijeibabad, near the Coa...
1804 | coloured aquatint

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Lake George, NY, 1871
1871 | Oil on canvas

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Lake George, NY, 1871
1871 | Oil on canvas

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Cotopaxi, 1855
1855 | oil on canvas

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Cotopaxi, 1855
1855 | oil on canvas

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Farmer Returning to the Fields, ...
0 | watercolour and charcoal on paper

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Farmer Returning to the Fields, ...
0 | watercolour and charcoal on paper

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Brunnen from the Lake of Lucerne...
1845 | watercolour and bodycolour on paper

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Brunnen from the Lake of Lucerne...
1845 | watercolour and bodycolour on paper

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0 | pencil and watercolour on paper

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0 | pencil and watercolour on paper

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Norham Castle: Morning, c.1797 (...
0 | pencil and watercolour on paper

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Norham Castle: Morning, c.1797 (...
0 | pencil and watercolour on paper

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The Windmill at Wijk Duurstede, ...
1668 | Oil on canvas

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The Windmill at Wijk Duurstede, ...
1668 | Oil on canvas

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The Drachenfels, Germany, c.1823...
0 | watercolour and bodycolour with scraping out over pencil on paper

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The Drachenfels, Germany, c.1823...
0 | watercolour and bodycolour with scraping out over pencil on paper

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