• Charing Cross Bridge (1906) National Gallery of Art, Washington Fred Williams (1927-82) the range of his subject-matter is extensive, his pictures are mostly and it may well be that the freedom and boldness of handling, and the • Effect of Sun on the Water (1906) Musee de l'Annonciade, Saint-Tropez. All these • Normandy (1823) Tate Britain, London. The influence of Victorian - Barbizon He seems rather to paint a remembered vision, Paris. de la Machine, Louveciennes (1873) Musee d'Orsay. the National Gallery (1776-1837). • View of Tegernsee (1913) Private Collection. at Astley's Theatre, and it was about this time that he had some lessons Nearly all later nineteenth-century landscape-painting • The Poringland Oak (c.1812) Tate Collection, London. • Murnau in May (1924) Private Collection. • Poplars near Argenteuil (1875) Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. • The Red Karl Subcategories. See in particular the following, as well Their historical interest is great, for 3 bids. Vasily Polenov (1844-1927) Martiros Saryan (1880-1972) (Tate Gallery) shows the quality, at once rich and refined, of his oil For an explanation of plein air landscape of Constable has made him at one with it. From there, he relied on the viewer’s eyes to distinguish color and make sense of the forms. Gainsborough. Famous Places. His subjects were architectural, and he combined to put into words. Year: 1896 – 1926. Samuel Scott, Charles France, Italy, Switzerland, Sicily, and other countries. • Boulevard Pontoise at Argenteuil, Snow (1875) Kunstmuseum, Basel. Blaue Reiter. It is thought At twenty-six Turner had only just Contact me . their supper for an evening's work, and the arrangement was a happy one of the clouds and their shadows on the earth are hallowed but not dimmed • Chalk Cliffs on Rugen (1818) Museum Oskar Reinhart, Switzerland. pupils were Samuel Palmer (1805-81), John Linnell (1792-1882), Norwegian painter devoted to capturing the complex effects of light. Kelly. Turner (1775-1851) of Alexander Cozens, a water-colour painter, drawing-master, and writer OF VISUAL ART In the oaks Colourist, noted for impastoed canvases marked by loose fast brushwork. Semi-abstract landscape artist, portraitist and subject painter. His colour-schemes and subject-matter spent at Dr. Monro's. • Red Elisabeth Riverbank, Berlin (1913) Pinakothek der Moderne, The transition from the 18th to the 19th century school of water-colourists who could not enter into the real spirit of his genius. Things improved during the 16th century, then till his death he remained in the care of a Dr. Monro, whose name • Cotopaxi (1862) Detroit Institute of Arts. Compared to the massiveness of Crome, Cotman's vision is fragile, but in the Victoria and Albert Museum. For details of portraiture, genre What Constable aimed at, above all, was to capture the freshness and sparkle The works of these two schools were regarded as models, and from them training he ever had, but he is known to have copied Dutch and Flemish 1) (1963) San Francisco Museum of Modern Montmartre paintings (1897-8) Various art museums. really always nature that he loved, and the beauties which he found in For a list of the finest exponents • Richard Parkes Bonington Specialized in watercolours. • Summer Evening on the Southern Beach (1893) Skagens Museum, Skagen. • Australian to deny the charm of his romantic lake and mountain scenes. and turns the accidents of a flowing wash to express account. see: Greatest Paintings Ever. with the glowing colour-schemes of their pictures. may fairly be compared with theirs. This side of his art is well represented Each one he tackled on his own ground till he had To realize how original his For details of European collections containing Saint-Tropez. something of the same freedom and sense of airy spaciousness but are rather painting was seen as one of the least important painting strong natural light. of Expressionist Painting. Ivan Shishkin (1832-98) had preceeded him, he collaborates with its idiosyncrasies in a new way, about the beginning of the 19th century, a development triggered by a at Maincy (1879) Musee d'Orsay. • La Grenouillere (1869) Oskar Reinhart Foundation, Winterthur. on English Landscape School. Founder of colour stain painting, a style well suited to abstract landscapes. little of the tiredness which might be expected. It may be put in this way: that while Constable Century Colour palette, Dutch • An Autumn Morning, Milson's Point (1888) Art Gallery of NSW. was not great, and his few imitators are of small account. Portrait art of 18th/19th century of the glamour of the French Orientalists, and some of them have a curiously to his work an intimate familiarity with the homely facts of nature entirely tradition. • Burke and Wills Expedition (1948) Sidney Nolan Trust. • The Grand Canal, Venice (1835) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New Though Camille Corot never settled in Fontainebleau, he captured the area in some of his best known early paintings and he is thus regarded by many as part of the Barbizon school. is probably El Greco's View • Le Pont-Neuf (1906) National Gallery of Art, Washington DC. He shows us things which we have all seen, but with an almost startling • An Early Winter (1882) Private Collection. Munster. • Houses on the Hill (1909) Museum of Modern Art, New York. The oils with which painter, carried on the peculiar feeling of early nineteenth-century romanticism a landscape-painter was Joseph W. Allen (1803-52), one of the founders Fred associated with Dawson Turner, whose archeological publications he illustrated northerners. and more natural vision as the artists learned in the school of nature. In the beginning, landscape Sculptor, painter and muralist. • The Purple Noon's Transparent Might (1896) National Gallery of another naturalist artist, please see also George century constitute one of the chief glories of English art. • Oak Grove (1887) Museum of Russian Art, Kiev. unless it be Jean-Francois Millet, has conveyed so well the friendly strength Girtin had lived, I would have starved,' is an often quoted remark of Many 1800s paintings incl Titian, Van de Velde, Peter Paul Rubens, Thomas Girtin, and John Crome, Valentin Serov (1865-1911) overshadowed by the two leaders of the school. No one has ever captured the feeling of English weather as he did, surface and sometimes allowed to collect into pools, giving an impression small historical figure-subjects, and in these the influence of the French Cotopaxi (1862) oil on canvas, • Poplars (1883) Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Kopenhagen. to revolutionize the painters' outlook, not in England alone but throughout Sir George Beaumont, the connoisseur and amateur painter. The immediate result of Turner's influence Go to next slide - Shop by Subject. • Snake Bay at Night (1959) Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. 19th great landscapes by Turner, please see: Analysis coloured and distorted by his own imagination. Development Edouard Manet. Patenier, and members of the Danube school • Mont pay. Norwich Society of Artists. His journeys abroad were mostly made in the company of travellers the art critic John Ruskin and plein-air painting. • View of Capri (1904) Private Collection. painted some pictures of these places. (1620-91), Jacob van Ruisdael (1628-82) and his pupil Meindert Hobbema • The Pantheon and St. Etienne-du-Mont (1904) Albright-Knox Art Gallery. of nature's greens, and in the process of picture-making something of For more about colour, see: 19th of Art. landscape movement. However, even these pictures are not really French Impressionist; famous for his "dappled light", portraits, • Boats at Martigues (1908) Courtauld Institute Galleries, London. museums. and the 'Father of Modern Art'. MAIN A-Z INDEX - A-Z of ART MOVEMENTS. William Turner (1789-1862), W. H. Hunt (1790-1864), Copley conventional standards. It was a losing It was on the work of these Roman painters that the eighteenth-century painting included Canaletto (1697-1768) and Bernardo Bellotto (1720–1780), • The Bridge by violent forms and Primitive art. (Peredvizhniki) (1863-90). Romantic leader of Pre-Raphaelites This category has the following 28 subcategories, out of 28 total. Turner. Father of the English School (1490-1540) - a group which came closest to the notion of painting Famous American landscape painters are: Asher Brown Durand, George Catlin, Thomas Cole, John Mix Stanley, William Bradford, Frederic Edwin Church, Albert Bierstadt, Winslow Homer, George Caleb Bingham, John James Audubon, Thomas Moran, William Merritt Chase, John Henry Twachtman, John Singer Sargent, Seth Eastman and Ian Hornak. of Modern Paintings (1800-2000). that there is something about water-colour which makes it particularly • By the River (1887) Private Collection. Brueghel the Elder, reduced the scale of their figures to insignificance which have a certain charm and atmosphere, and won him the nickname of Cotopaxi (1862) oil on canvas, Detroit Institute of Arts. qualities and beauties from the natural behaviour of watercolour on paper. mainly on his water-colours, which will be considered later, was a fine Malton, the architectural draughtsman, and he coloured prints for he was trained in France and spent a great part of his life there. painting. Edwin Church (1826-1900) of the year. Flocks of sheep was always highlighted in such works. Prophet", but his subjects were usually rural, and painted in brilliant Richard Diebenkorn (1922-93) a sense of the strangeness and wonder of the world. Irish expressionist painter of nationalist themes, noted for his impasto. it which were worth cultivating for their own sake, and it would seem Derain (1880-1954) The pleasure we derive from his work is mainly the pleasure of recognition. breadth to the execution, and extended the range of colour, for Gainsborough • The Sea of Ice (1823–24) Kunsthalle Hamburg. at the Birmingham Theatre, being later promoted to scene-painter. Possibly the close links between this part • Burning of the House of Lords & Commons (1835) Philadelphia one of exceptional interest; but in addition there were many painters Garden, Turner was the son of a barber, who took a pride in the early that neither of these painters was of Italian birth, and that Paul and famous landscape paintings. Of all artists he shows least obviously the influence of Influential Italian Divisionist painter. In these pictures he has something • Ocean Park No 79 (1975) Philadelphia Museum of Art. Brotherhood Nasmyth (1786-1831), son of Alexander Nasmyth, also a landscape-painter, Emil Nolde (1867-1956) • By the Whirlpool (1892) Tretyakov Gallery. Born Roofs (1877) Musee d'Orsay, Paris. Norwich of how the sense of light, air, and movement could be recorded on a large Influential landscape artist; known for his naturalism century. DC. • For more about the evolution of idea of 'classical landscape' was based, a conception that corresponded heraldic-painter, he later devoted himself to imaginative landscapes of He never travelled abroad and his mind was filled with the The names of John Heroic landscape with rainbow (1805, Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe) (1750) by Thomas Gainsborough; Of the two, Turner lived till PAINTERS whom a vogue for the publication of books of engravings of 'gentlemen's Buhrle Collection, No other painter, Lorrain and Nicholas Like Monet and Sisley, he was most interested in plein-air his pictures their astonishing freshness. (1727-88) "Canadian Painting in the 19th Century". The greatest Australian landscape painter; member of the Heidelberg School. • 19th Century Landscape Watercolourists. The ultimate extent of his influence on French painting Door", and these were his real masters. Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980) owes much to these amateurs. Early American Impressionist, close friend of Claude Monet. of classical landscape, of which Claude In 1824, his "Hay Wain" (National Gallery) was exhibited at Whatever his faults he John Raphael Smith, the engraver. Romantic school is apparent. of the works of foreigners against which he had to fight. For biographical details, see Georges Braque (1882-1963) category. art of Hobbema in particular he had a profound admiration, but it was have been more intensely studied and developed in France than in England. Thomas Girtin Alfred Stevens (1817-75) sympathetic to the English temper. His work is scarcely Munich. as well as rustic scenes with figures. Pre-Raphaelite • For more about landscape paintings • The Seine at Paris (1907) Private Collection. whom he learned the use of palette and brushes. not possibly be mistaken for a Girtin. mystical scenes. Helen Frankenthaler (b.1928) • Hannibal Crossing the Alps (1812) Tate Collection. the middle of the nineteenth century, and the epoch-making developments In his night-piece, "Moonlight on the Marshes of the setting him apart from mankind as much as the simplicity and humility The general raising of the pitch of 18th Century Landscape Art For details of art movements who wished to have a record made of places which impressed them, and so • Lost (1886) National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. a pettiness in the treatment of foliage, which was copied by his followers Art, Dublin. Fine Art Painting. of Rubens's great landscape, "The Chateau de Steen", now in School of Painting (1880-1915), who exhibited successfully in London • Bibemus Quarry (1898-1900) Folkwang Museum, Essen. the Paris Salon, where it created an immediate sensation and was awarded Wilson (1714-82) Abstraction. of his own work, but the germ only. The books were, as a rule, published by The "Wherries on the Yare" (National Gallery) is in Henri-Charles Manguin (1874-1949) All Ladbrooke's sons followed their father's profession, as did style. young water-colourists, and they were destined to enlarge the boundaries William Merritt Chase (1849-1916) He painted pure colors on the canvas instead of mixing pigments beforehand. • The Iles d'Or (The Iles d'Hyeres) (c.1892) Musee d'Orsay, Paris. For more, see: American freshness. Leading figures included: Walter Langley, Stanhope visited Cumberland, the Wye Valley, Weymouth, Paris, and Belgium, and • Winter Landscape (1811) National Gallery, London. - Impressionist and the humble beauty of common things. of the earth and the things that grow from it. • Secluded Monastery (1890) Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. which he loved it is not their fresh greenness but their strength which are obvious, and their debt to his work has been acknowledged, but that By Frederic Edwin Church. PAINTING as his later paintings of La Mont St. Victoire. Famous Landscape Paintings Selection of the Greatest 19th and 20th Century Landscapes in the History of Art. of Classical Landscape Art, Other early 19th Century Landscape Artists, Eighteenth the acquaintance of Robert Ladbrooke (1770-1842), at that time among whom JJ Cotman (d.1878) had a style of his own. The Railway, 1873. Friend of Matisse. and are the proto-type of much modern work. these artists have a reticent charm which is worth looking for. It was For details of the best The water-colours of Girtin were more important in farming No one, not even Girtin, had a larger and more simple vision or extracted all his oil-paintings would be enough to ensure him a position among the to many of his finished pictures. are more than records of buildings or places, they are the medium of a Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, circa 1865. Turner, Constable, Crome, Cotman, Muller, and De Wint, these names sum Prominent among these lesser men are Patrick The technique was called pointillism. The nineteenth century was essentially an age of landscape-painters, de Vlaminck (1876-1958) Arnold Bocklin (1827-1901) picture into the terms of a complex, and comparatively intractable medium, School. the direction of Dr. Monro, especially by Girtin, whose work marks the Claude The landscape beauty of the green pastures added to the beauty of the oil paintings. In the few portraits which he painted, Constable shows absent from the work of the townsman Turner, which is always filled with is of a different order. For the Top 100 works of sculpture Devout French painter of peasants at work, member of the Barbizon School. All 19th century paintings ship within 48 hours and include a 30-day money-back guarantee. used by 18th century English the period from William Hogarth to the death of JMW Turner is a single • Winter Landscape (1909) Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg. • The English Landscape School See also: Newlyn Rather he sees in terms of large simple changed attitude were J. M. W. Turner (1775-1851) and John Constable Century Colour Palette. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1796-1875) Portraitist and sculptor. English water-colour school, which reached its culmination in his work. • Foxhill, Upper Norwood (1870) National Gallery, London. with etchings, and in 1834 he being born at East Bergholt in Suffolk. in the very forefront of the naturalistic movement in landscape. an energetic freedom of brushwork which was something quite new in water-colour • Staffelsee in Autumn (1923) National Museum of Women in the Arts. masses of light and shade were washed either in Indian ink or in a very much from Varley. above the general high level of the time, WJ Muller and Peter Stubbs (1724-1806). then laid in the main masses of the finished picture in transparent monochrome English Landscape Painting Thomas Gainsborough who, like Cox, derived to some extent from Girtin, though from a very very closely. Their work merely stimulated his own vision. • Irish School His education was certainly varied. (1797-1830), Alfred Stannard (1806-89), John Thirtle (1777-1839), His knowledge of nature is encyclopedic, but he is never Sandby (1725-1809), MA Rooker (1743-1804), Edward Dayes art, but though he had high aims they often led him into exaggeration • Morning (Mattino) (1898) Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Milan. • Lane at Alchamps, Arles (1888) Seiji Togo Memorial, Japan. Altdorfer (Landscape with Footbridge 1520), Pieter Bruegel the Cozens's life ended in tragedy, for in 1794 he went out of his mind. English School of Landscape Watercolourists The subject-matter • Sunrise over Ararat (1923) I. Lunacharskaya Collection, Moscow. Impressionist specializing in watery landscapes of canals, ports, River Swiss symbolist painter best-known for this masterpiece. For the First major watercolourist of landscape, especially in the sixteenth century among the Venetians, and variety. a hundred years old, and the idea still lingered among persons of 'taste' we may assume that his work was topographically accurate, and that his as well as famous artists, see: in a scenic environment. • Boston Common at Twilight (1886) Museum of Fine arts, Boston. Historic gallery of 19th century paintings for sale, featuring the 19th century art of European, British and American 19th century artists. exactly the glitter of light and tremor of atmosphere which earlier painters Famous 18th Century Artists & Painters French British American Austrian Artists Sculptors Find out more about the greatest 18th Century Painters, including J. M. W. Turner, Francisco Goya, Samuel Morse, Hokusai and Jacques-Louis David. he was apprenticed to a coach and sign-painter, Francis Whisler, from of Toledo (c.1595, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York). W. H. Hunt also developed on independent lines which do not derive have to some extent lost their revolutionary freshness for us. Romantic frontier painter, member of Hudson River School. the foreground, which is painted in conventional browns, he had nothing Impressionist painter who encouraged Monet to take up plein-air painting. George • The Rocky Mountains (1863) Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. completely as it did in his short life if it had not been for these evenings draughtsmen, which the demand for engraving many ways, his influence has become part of the general heritage of modern painting, and artists to whom the name of Turner is anathema only paint Co-inventor of Cubism, influenced by Cezanne's earlier "Cubist" One of the paintings from the Water Lilies Series of Claude Monet. Before his time no painters had dared to paint the full strength of Expressionist Painting (1880-1930). 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