Boats, ships, sea, beach, shore and rivers

By Sargent, John Singer - Fishing boats

By Sargent, John Singer – Fishing boats

By Moreau, Louis-Gabriel - Harbor scene with figures

By Moreau, Louis-Gabriel – Harbor scene with figures

By Weir, James, the Captain (attributed to) - The Napoleon's fleet in Mediterranean Sea near Egypt coast

By Weir, James, the Captain (attributed to) – The Napoleon’s fleet in Mediterranean Sea near Egypt coast

By Bruegel, Pieter, the Elder - 'Big fishes eat little fishes'

By Bruegel, Pieter, the Elder – ‘Big fishes eat little fishes’

By Maufra, Maxime - A walker on a coastal path

By Maufra, Maxime – A walker on a coastal path

By Meid, Hans - Scene on the river

By Meid, Hans – Scene on the river

By Bonnard, Pierre - The boating

By Bonnard, Pierre – The boating

By Dufy, Raoul - Ships on the sea

By Dufy, Raoul – Ships on the sea

By Prendergast, Maurice - A dock in South-Boston

By Prendergast, Maurice – A dock in South-Boston

By Morel-Fatio, Antoine Léon - Study of sails

By Morel-Fatio, Antoine Léon – Study of sails

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17 responses to “Boats, ships, sea, beach, shore and rivers

  1. Being Dutch, I’m going for the Pieter Bruegel this time. Great selection again!

    • Dear Elisabeth all the works by Pieter are a real treasure of fantasy and imagination and always are so amazing. I feel so glad when I meet dutch people. Thanks a lot for your kind visit and friendly comment. Best wishes from Barcelona🌠💜

  2. Qué hermosas obras. Me quedo con “Scene on the river” porque me parece mucho más complejo dibujar a carboncillo un paisaje que está vivo, que tiene movimiento, hasta los árboles parecen moverse con el viento. También me ha gustado “A dock in South-Boston” por los colores que ha usado, por lo bien que hace que uno se mezcle con todos estos pasajeros aún cuando son imágenes etéreas. Saludos. Patricia

    • Querida Patricia, me ha sorprendido muy gratamente tu elección principal, pues tu apreciación me parece muy de experta. También admiro esa obra pq todo es esencia en ella. Sin dejar de representar detalles como son las figuras, su autor se atreve a lucir de forma gestual todos esos trazos tan frescos y directos, como si la composición de líneas y sombras apareciera como un conjunto de cabellos falsamente en desorden pero realmente cada uno en su correcta dirección, conformando un hermoso peinado. Espero q tú entenderás mi metáfora. Muchísimas gracias por compartir tu sensible mirada y tu comentario.💜🌼💚🌸

  3. I specially like the Moreau’s picture and “scene on the river” like the last follower. Both are differents but lovely. Honestly, I have never been in a ship, only when I was in Budapest, but it was a little boat cruice. Anyway it was a enjoyable experience 🙂

    My best wishes! Have a good Sunday^^

    • Hello my favourite fairy! Every time you appear here, this blog becomes wonderful, because for your personal beholding the most important thing, aren’t not the shapes or lines, for example, than what the entire work makes feel you. I understand that the large area for the sky is a good option for evoke peace and harmony. Two feelings that I wish for your this afternoon. Thanks a lot for passing by and comment.💜

    • Aw sorry, I forgot my answer about ships. I only tried the ferries between Barcelona, Mallorca and Ibiza and also between France and Corse island. An old wish is take one to travel between Santander and Portsmouth but the experts say that for crossing the brave Atlantic you need a bag full of Biodramina. 🌊🚢💙 Although I hope do it one day 🙏

      • Oh I didn’t know anything!! It must be an huge adventure to embark towards the Atlantic 🌊

      • Yeah, and that’s why someday I will cross these brave waters. Maybe the sea will be like some paintings by Turner. Don’t you know? Our mind sometimes need some special experiences. Aw Sara, thanks so much for being there. 🙏🌼🙏🌼🙏🌼

  4. great post, tahnk you for sharing inspirational images
    kisses

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