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Amanda Scuglia
Attempting to Memorize Th...
SOLD
12" x 12"
Robert Szot
Untitled 22
$25,000
72" x 60"
Eileen Murphy
Downward Spiral
SOLD
40" x 50"
Sue Barrasi
Lousiana Summers
$525
5" x 7"
Angela Sung
Glendale Aerial view
$250
4" x 5"
Emily Persson
Strange Fascination
SOLD
15" x 15"
Andrew Haines
Brick Apartment Block​,​ Sp...
$5,200
36" x 40"
Donald Jurney
The Moon and Jupiter
SOLD
12" x 12"
Michael Klein
As Light Fades
$5,700
16" x 20"
$11,500
24" x 24"
Angela Sung
Gorman Sunset
$400
5" x 5"
$1,200
20" x 20"
Lynn Boggess
31 March 2020
$13,500
46" x 40"
Eileen Murphy
Other Friends May Walk In...
SOLD
16" x 20"
Julia Jensen
In An Instant
$2,000
20" x 20"
Justin Krasuckas
Winter Swamp
On Hold
14" x 12"
$700
8" x 11"
Lynn Boggess
4 April 2020
$13,500
46" x 40"
Eileen Murphy
Posse Comitatus
SOLD
14" x 22"
Eileen Murphy
What Lies Ahead
SOLD
24" x 18"
Justin Krasuckas
Botanical Garden in Winte...
$800
14" x 14"
Eileen Murphy
Winter Scene (Study After...
$295
8" x 8"
Richard J Oliver
Sage ranch looking toward...
$650
5" x 7"
$30,000
28" x 40"
SOLD
20" x 20"
Lisa Lebofsky
Bighorn Canyon before the...
$1,200
14" x 18"
Rachel Personett
Professor Road
$4,000
24" x 36"
$3,000
16" x 12"
$4,000
32" x 64"
Luis Colan
Tree Near Block House
$1,500
14" x 8"
$9,000
42" x 62"
Ellina Chetverikova
The View From The Top
$900
5.5" x 7.5"
Ellina Chetverikova
At The Water's Edge
$1,000
3.5" x 5.5"
Ellina Chetverikova
Perfectly Framed View
$850
3.5" x 5.5"
Sue Barrasi
UNVEILING
$3,000
16" x 20"
Timothy Wilson
Dutchess County​,​ sunse sp...
$800
4.5" x 10.5"
Timothy Wilson
Storm Clearing
$1,100
6" x 12"
Timothy Wilson
Dutchess County​,​ Sunset s...
$1,100
6" x 12"
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About Landscape paintings

Styles of Landscape Paintings Landscape paintings are a versatile genre that lends itself as much to representation as to abstraction. Landscape paintings are especially popular in Impressionism, as painters sought to represent the motion of - and emotion inspired by - such scenes as a falling autumn leaf or fading purple sunset. Landscape painters often work en plein air, or outdoors, in order to capture their subjects in the moment. Contemporary styles such as modern and abstract landscapes take the same impulse to capture a moment and translate it into minimalist landscapes or monochromatic scenes. Subjects in Landscape Paintings Landscape paintings are studies and celebrations of nature. The infinite ecosystems and habitats of the natural world may be contained within landscape paintings, from the largest vistas to the smallest cross sections of plant and animal life. Mountain landscape paintings may capture dramatic peaks, rolling hills or rocky desert outcroppings. International in their appeal and reach, landscape painters take on everything from Irish coastlines to French country meadows, Japanese mountains, golden Tuscan hilltops or California forests as their subjects. Perpetually subject to changes in light and color depending on the season or even the time of day, landscape paintings enable an artist to immortalize a moment in nature. Fleeting sunsets can be captured with a brushstroke, and a single view can be presented completely differently in spring, summer, fall and winter. Materials Used in Landscape Paintings Landscape paintings rely on an artists’ individual technique and style, with material choice greatly influencing a piece’s overall atmosphere. Acrylic landscape paintings are often vibrant with beautiful, layered appearances. Oil paint holds a lot of pigment for rich, deep colors. Watercolor landscapes are popular, with watercolor’s signature transparent effect creating stunning skies, seas, and everything in between. Gouache, often used in tandem with watercolor, can add beautiful highlights, fine details, and grounding shadows. Many original landscape pieces use a combination of mediums to create the perfect picture of nature on canvas. Famous Artists of Landscape Paintings Famous landscape paintings populate museums, galleries, homes and collections from all eras of art history. Some of the most famous pieces are from Impressionist masters like Van Gogh, Monet, and Morisot, who painted landscape paintings to represent the moment they were created and often returned to the same subject in different lights and seasons. Modern painters like Georgia O’Keeffe also made their mark on landscapes, inspired by unique, unusual or neglected natural vistas.