Sky – The remnants

Dear followers, in these skies will not find any angel,
But if you observe some clouds, may find some remnants of cotton, of their clothes and their wings, before they descended to our minds.

By Constable - An sketch of the sky

By Constable – An sketch of the sky

By Van Gogh - A view of the countryside in the Provence. France

By Van Gogh – A view of the countryside in the Provence. France

By Zuber, Henri - Clouds of tempest

By Zuber, Henri – Clouds of tempest

By Whistler, J. A. McNeill - A view of the English Channel in Normandy. France

By Whistler, J. A. McNeill – A view of the English Channel in Normandy. France

By Rousseau, Théodore - Sunset on a swampy river

By Rousseau, Théodore – Sunset on a swampy river

By Burchfield, Charles - Unknown title

By Burchfield, Charles – Unknown title

By Bout, Pieter - Scene before the storm

By Bout, Pieter – Scene before the storm

By Pissarro - A dawn on the countryside

By Pissarro – A dawn on the countryside

By Ruskin, John - Clouds of tempest over the sea

By Ruskin, John – Clouds of tempest over the sea

By Turner - The reddish sunset

By Turner – The reddish sunset

By Hockney - Untitled

By Hockney – Untitled

By Lichtenstein - An study of the sky

By Lichtenstein – An study of the sky

By Delacroix - The sky in a coastal landscape

By Delacroix – The sky in a coastal landscape

By Buffet, Bernard - Landscape of a windy day

By Buffet, Bernard – Landscape of a windy day

By Da Vinci - The storm over the valley

By Da Vinci – The storm over the valley

By Singer Sargent, J. - Study of the sky

By Singer Sargent, J. – Study of the sky

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38 responses to “Sky – The remnants

  1. Excelente muestra. La imagen que escogiste de Delacroix es mi preferida.

    • Tu elección es para una acuarela muy contrastada, como también suelen ser los óleos de este autor. Los oscuros casi llegan el negro que suele ser tabú para muchos acuarelistas.
      Realmente el trato que le da a la obra conviene con el paisaje agreste. Las manchas que describen el cielo realmente son un presagio de la abstracción que en ese momento todavía era desconocida. Su impetuoso toque de pincel evoca las nubes con una espontaneidad impresionante. Gracias por tu visita, y muchas gracias por opinar. Saludos cordiales ❤

  2. Amrita

    This is so beautiful!!!

  3. They are all interesting but my favourite this time is
    By Whistler, J. A. McNeill – A view of the English Channel in Normandy. France 🙂

    • Oh Rainee, I understand you really like to look to the clouds. This is the true meaning of this post. This piece of Whistler, if we would forget the allusion of an small boat, it is a wonderful work almost abstract and minimal. I’m grateful for friendly comment. Best wishes and have a nice day ❤

  4. ¡Es preciosa la recopilación! Sin duda me quedé maravillada nada más ver la primera imagen, la pintura de Constable, pero el cielo McNeil no se queda atrás. Y la de Ruskin también me encanta porque aunque ha sabido captar la belleza de una futura tormenta… No se, ahora que lo pienso tal vez soy muy clásica en mis elecciones jajaja

    • Hola Sara, en casi todos las materias, a lo que ha persistido en el tiempo le llamamos algo clásico. Quizá sea una forma de garantizar una mínima calidad, pero con tu permiso creo que tus elecciones sobre todo son de preferencia para lo abstracto. Muchas gracias por tus visitas y por tu comentario, Cielo. (sin nubes en la cabeza).

  5. Thank you for following my blog. Many greetings from Marion

  6. Thank you for that wonderful selection!
    Constable is SO fabulous with his skies. His sketches have such energy and vigour.

  7. Wonderful skies!!! Thank you!

  8. lovely paintings, thank you

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