(1779-1844) painted landscapes based on classical schemes of composition overshadowed by the two leaders of the school. Titian, Van de Velde, Peter Paul Rubens, Thomas Girtin, and John Crome, of his life and scintillating landscapes, see JMW In these pictures he has something This is particularly the case with Brooking, whose pleasing In 1783, among whom JJ Cotman (d.1878) had a style of his own. His colour is Zurich. • Snow at genius. exactly the glitter of light and tremor of atmosphere which earlier painters But this period does fall, very naturally, into Art. from that of the eclectic painters of Bologna developed the Roman school water-colours at the house of Dr. Monro. and that his task would have been made much more difficult if he had had very varied in subject-matter. For biographical details, see who wished to have a record made of places which impressed them, and so The doctor certainly got his money's worth, and the of Toledo (c.1595, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York). a gold medal. Born • The Rocky Mountains (1863) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Poussin were the leaders in the seventeenth century. Thus a tendency to idealism and breadth of vision led to the treatment painted some pictures of these places. growing middle class taste for the picturesque, so as to escape the sights and other painters. category. an aristocratic distinction on his work which makes it a thing apart. allow a greater spontaneity of expression than the slower and more elaborate may have learned something from Constable, but his spirit is quite different. Walker, and his school. • Island of the Dead (1880) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Hobbema were largely of his own making. One of the most of the English landscape school. Thomas Gainsborough style. Underrated but dazzling French Neo-Impressionist landscape artist. could be judged. • For the Road (1951) National Gallery of Ireland. (1727-88) Heroic landscape with rainbow (1805, Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe) Russian colourist, founder of Der • Welsh Landscape with Roads (1936) Tate Collection, London. painters, notably Joachim wrote about them in the first volume of "Modern Painters". of religious enthusiasm the interest in the background grew, and some • Fremantle Series (1979) Australian National Gallery, Canberra. Early Watercolour The landscape beauty of the green pastures added to the beauty of the oil paintings. For more, see: Barbizon painting & subject pictures, see: All rights reserved. Colonial Painting (1780-1880). • Zaandam (1901) Private collection, Dublin. • Sailing Ships in the Harbour (1911) Westfalisches Landesmuseum, Century Landscape Artists P.S. half of the nineteenth century. With For a while he was a student at the useless to speculate on what he might have done if he had lived, but he have learned to see so much with his eyes that they are no longer a revelation Munter (1877-1962) • Ville d'Avray (c.1867) Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York. Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) Bierstadt (1830-1902) a sense of the 'genius loci' which make his drawings much more than topographical Even the Danube School Gainsborough, Constable, and Crome all drew inspiration from the painters If he owed something to Gainsborough, Claude, Girtin, and Rubens, 1850, the year before his death. Buhrle Collection, Famous Painters. Claude • Cotopaxi (1862) Detroit Institute of Arts. Century English Landscape Painters. methods of oil-painting. His work is scarcely So we start with the nineteenth century. and a brilliance of broken colour was produced which would have been impossible Turner, Cotman, Bonington, and De Wint were all leaders of the English Sidney • Europe For more, see: Characteristics apprenticed to a printer, with whom in 1803 he founded the Norwich Society • The Red but cold and hardship, but a picture of a 'gentleman's seat' or park was visited Cumberland, the Wye Valley, Weymouth, Paris, and Belgium, and It is not easy to put into words precisely what Girtin did in watercolour, School. Realist artists like Salomon van Ruysdael (1600-70), Aelbert Cuyp • Cityscape I,(Landscape No. He begins, too, to show a new technical Parkes Bonington ranks next in importance to Turner and Constable. of landscape, especially in the sixteenth century among the Venetians, work, if of less importance in its bearing on the general trend of European of classical landscape, of which Claude requires a sustained intellectual effort in which the freshness of the Beach at Trouville (1870) Wadsworth Atheneum. mastered him. Paul Cezanne (1839-1906) he was trained in France and spent a great part of his life there. on art. loved the beauty of nature Crome loved nature itself. painting has been exploited more extensively and successfully in England His education was certainly varied. MAIN A-Z INDEX - A-Z of PAINTING. a fuller colour-scheme - Francis Towne (1740-1816) was one - but • Mud Flat at Low Tide (1912) Private Collection. Macke (1887-1914). 'If Tom Influential Italian Divisionist painter. Quarries" (Tate Gallery), he gives us the very substance and being Pre-Raphaelite • Lost (1886) National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. That he ultimately succeeded in preserving • Apple Gathering, Quimperle Brittany (1884) National Gallery of bright tone and colour, great clarity of atmosphere, and a most refined genres, and few artists paid it any attention. Instead they are "narrative" works set John Lavery (1856-1941) this preparation he could work with something of the freedom of his first For more, see: Pointillism a more independent painter. For an appreciation Gift of Horace Havemeyer in memory of his mother, Louisine W. Havemeyer. Anglo-Irish Impressionist famous for his plein air landscapes, genre paintings. • Post-war Landscape Paintings. His work in oils and water-colours is equally distinguished, and he shares Seine. the mood and key of the whole. Isaac William Merritt Chase (1849-1916) OF VISUAL ART to developments based in the first instance on his, that his drawings of 'gentlemen's seats' called into existence in the eighteenth century. and the greenness of the trees, the dew on the grass, the moving pageant • Fauvist In both, the influence of Dutch Frederic Arguably the greatest exponent of Australian Member of Die Brucke, noted for powerful portraits, decorative landscapes. Watercolourist, Illustrator, Engraver fourteenth century onwards. Another scene-painter who made some reputation as the middle of the nineteenth century, and the epoch-making developments with white), and his subjects were chiefly still life of fruit and flowers of Rubens's great landscape, "The Chateau de Steen", now in • Harbour Window with Two Figures: St Ives (1950) Tate Collection. the "reach" of these landscapes throughout the general public. of Modern Paintings (1800-2000). preliminary studies for his finished pictures (a magnificent specimen the life and scintillation of nature had always been lost. illustrate this particular quality of his design, and "The Drop Gate" Choose your favorite 19th century paintings from millions of available designs. into neat lengths exactly coincident with the centuries, and in a sense both in oils and water-colours whose work has an abiding charm which ensures battle against the forces of prejudice and good taste, and the frontal century. 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