Landscapes everything

Dear friends and followers, I think that sometimes some landscapes could be like self-portraits of our mood.

The skies, the mountains, the rivers, the paths, the trees…

All these elements that match the projection of some kind of soul, while we draw these.

I’m so thankful for feel that you’re there!

By Singer Sargent - Study of boulders

By Singer Sargent – Study of boulders

By Rembrandt - In Amersfoort

By Rembrandt – In Amersfoort

By Dürer - A pond in the forest

By Dürer – A pond in the forest

By Corot - A view of Nepi town in Italy, from a below angle

By Corot – A view of Nepi town in Italy, from a below angle

By Constable - In the county of Suffolk

By Constable – In the county of Suffolk

By Delacroix - View of a hill over a river

By Delacroix – View of a hill over a river

By Cézanne - Landscape in Provence

By Cézanne – Landscape in Provence

By Corinth, Lovis - Pond at sunset

By Corinth, Lovis – Pond at sunset

By Bluemner, Oscar F. - Landscape with river

By Bluemner, Oscar F. – Landscape with river

By Pissarro - A view of a field of the old London

By Pissarro – A view of a field of the old London

By Lorrain - A shepherd playing a flute with his cattle

By Lorrain – A shepherd playing a flute with his cattle

By Poussin - Two walkers resting in the path of a grove

By Poussin – Two walkers resting in the path of a grove

By Balthus - A sketch of hills near Burgundy

By Balthus – A sketch of hills near Burgundy

By Rousseau, Théodore - A view of the ruins of the Château Gaillard

By Rousseau, Théodore – A view of the ruins of the Château Gaillard

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  1. great collection of landscapes!

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  2. Nice landscapes and wonderful technics

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  3. I completely agree – landscapes very much reflect our mood.
    Have you seen any of Constables sketches for his landscapes at the V&A in London? His skyscapes are particularly thrilling.

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    • Hi Francesca. I’ll keep that in mind. I’m sure your suggestion is perfect. John accepted some conventions to survive as a painter, but really some of his sketches speak of an nonconformist and very creative author. Thank you very much for your wise and kind comment. Happy weekend!

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  4. Today, I want to comment you in English hahaha.
    My favorite pics are “A pond in the forest” and “Pond at sunset”. Both are brilliant!
    The first one picture has a beautiful contrast of colours and the second has a melancholic atmosphere…

    My best wishes!

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    • What a bliss! I didn’t hope your visit, and your comment in english. This is something really amazing and ‘in fact’ your level is quickly growing and soon it will surpass mine. So true, these works are brilliant and splendid. So true, these works are brilliant and splendid and the second is justly you’ve said. We can realize that Dürer is more accurate for details and Corinth works so free, exhibiting the graphical features more freely. However they were motivated for the same depth that can prompt everybody, like a sunset. Mom Nature moves the people’s lives and this is something great as wonderful visitor you’re. Thanks a million. I hope to write an email to you, this weekend.

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  5. SO many beauties here I can’t pick a fav. I am just glad I stuck my head up in the middle of work to come by xxxxx

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  6. regarding sketchs of cezanne and pissarro i have had some difficuties to recognize them in this post:) it ‘s always so instructive to read and admire ….here
    have a nice sunday
    daniela

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    • Yes my friend, I understand what you say but Cézanne likes repass the outlines of objects because it is a very experimental author with the third dimension and a pioneer of the seed of cubism. The appearance is similar but Cézanne is very innovative, not with regard to the subject but in how to treat it. Although Pissarro was also one of the greats. Oh darling, I’m so grateful for your support to this blog. Good night and happy dreams!

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  7. Beautiful colors and light!

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    • Thanks so much Catherine. I’m so proud after your comment because you’re a true expert. Your paintings have a great sense about colours and lights. Thanks so much for your comment.

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  8. Fantastic!! I love your site. So fun to see collections of the masters in your blog. Glad you “liked” my site so that I found you! 🙂

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  9. Hola… ¡¡Totalmente de acuerdo con lo que dices!!

    Hermosos paisajes…

    Un abrazo… 🙂

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  10. Hola, me encanta el de Pissarro, Cezanne, Constable…Preciosos todos!

    Un saludo

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