Landscapes everything

By Dufy, R. - Landscape with grazing cows in the region of 'Ile de France'

By Dufy, R. – Landscape with grazing cows in the region of ‘Ile de France’

By Constable - Marsh and mill of the english countryside

By Constable – Marsh and mill of the english countryside

By Pissarro - Haylofts

By Pissarro – Haylofts

By Rembrandt - Path through the forest

By Rembrandt – Path through the forest

By Balthus - Fields seen in a bird's eye view

By Balthus – Fields seen in a bird’s eye view

By Shishkin, I. - A path in the countryside

By Shishkin, I. – A path in the countryside

By Cézanne - Mount Sainte-Victoire

By Cézanne – Mount Sainte-Victoire

By Ubbelohde, O. - Garden with some people strolling

By Ubbelohde, O. – Garden with some people strolling

By Hockney - Foggy landscape

By Hockney – Foggy landscape

By Vermeer, Jan - Peasants with dog and mules in an alpine path

By Vermeer, Jan – Peasants with dog and mules in an alpine path

By Sisley - Countryside

By Sisley – Countryside

By Altdorfer - The Danube at Sarmingstein

By Altdorfer – The Danube at Sarmingstein

By Delacroix - The shore of Morocco from Gibraltar

By Delacroix – The shore of Morocco from Gibraltar

By Ruskin - Landscape of Emilia-Romagna region in Italy

By Ruskin – Landscape of Emilia-Romagna region in Italy

By Pissarro - View of Royal Botanic Park in London

By Pissarro – View of Royal Botanic Park in London

By Van Gogh - A previous draft for 'Wheatfield with crows'

By Van Gogh – A previous draft for ‘Wheatfield with crows’

By Lorrain - Small meadow in the woods

By Lorrain – Small meadow in the woods

By Carracci - Landscape with the sea in the background

By Carracci – Landscape with the sea in the background

By Kokoschka - Landscape of the lake near Genève

By Kokoschka – Landscape of the lake near Genève

By Balthus - A manor on a hill

By Balthus – A manor on a hill

By Poussin - Italian landscape

By Poussin – Italian landscape

By Rousseau, T. - A walker on a wooden bridge

By Rousseau, T. – A walker on a wooden bridge

By Robert, Hubert - A view of a park

By Robert, Hubert – A view of a park

By Corot - Group of people beside to a monument under the trees

By Corot – Group of people beside to a monument under the trees

By Ring, L. A. - View of a village

By Ring, L. A. – View of a village

By Bonnard - Landscape of 'Midi'. (South of France)

By Bonnard – Landscape of ‘Midi’. (South of France)

By Gainsborough - View of trees, one dry

By Gainsborough – View of trees, one dry

By myself - A small tower beside a mountain path

By myself – A small tower beside a mountain path

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  1. Siempre que entro en este blog el tiempo me desaparece jaja. Me encantan los post que haces sobre paisajes. Sabiendo que soy un poco clásica seguro que ya te haces una idea de las pinturas que más me han gustado 🙂 ¡pero esta vez ha sido muy difícil escoger!

    • Piet Mondrian, el autor de la abstracción, aquella tan conocida de rectángulos de colores, —que prescinde del color verde— fue un dedicado paisajista en su adolescencia. La verdad es que los horizontes y las formas extensas de un mismo color, en los paisajes, realmente nos liberan la mente de preocupaciones y constantes prisas para todo. Me gustan tus sinceros comentarios. Gracias hermosa.

      • Si, me gustan porque te relajan y te hacen pensar en otros lugares 🙂
        Me encanta el de Lorrain, es mi favorito.

        Un beso!

      • Tu amable comentario, más unos fortuitos estornudos, y he conseguido despejarme del estado de somnolencia que tenía. Ahora ya tengo excusa si mañana llegara tarde al trabajo. La causa: un beso en la profunidad de la noche.
        Bueno Enric, menos ensoñaciones, que tienes que contestar. Si se tuviera que nombrar a los cuatro o cinco paisajistas más grandes de la historia del arte plástico Claudio de Lorena, tal como se le llama aquí, estaría fijo en esa selección. He vuelto a mirar tu obra escogida y además de tener todo lo que se ha de tener, entiendo su éxito por la diversidad de texturas que describen sus paisajes. No existen dos áreas o zonas iguales. Yo lo verbalizo, pero tu exquisita sensibilidad lo ha descubierto. Gracias por visitar y gracias también por comentar. Otro beso de vuelta.

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