This article features 15 paintings from various artist that relates to mother nature. There were many famous artists and among them were Claude Monet, Salvador Dali, Vincent van Gogh, and Edouard Manet.
Bathers at Asnieres by Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnieres is a painting produced by Georges Seurat in 1884. The French painter was only twenty-four years old when he completed Bathers at Asnieres. In this painting, a scene of the riverbank is depicted where bathers come to relax.
Bain a la Grenoullere by Claude Monet
Bain a la Grenoullere is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1869. Bathers at La Grenouillere is also another painting which is located at the National Gallery in London. The french painter with his friend Renoir sets up easeles at this location during the summer.
Morning on the Seine near Giverny by Claude Monet
Morning on the Seine near Giverny is a painting produced by Claude Monet in 1897. This painting is one of the 17 paintings that Monet created on the same topic. The French painter depicts a scene of the seine near Giverny which is Monet’s hometown.
Footbridge at Argenteuil by Alfred Sisley
Footbridge at Argenteuil is a painting produced by Alfred Sisley in 1872. Another painting, Pont de l’Europe was similar to this which was painted by Gustave Caillebotte in 1876. This is a landscape painting that captures modern life during the late 19th century.
Daubigny’s Garden by Vincent van Gogh
Daubigny’s Garden is a painting produced by Vincent van Gogh in 1890. This painting was painted three times by the Dutch painter. The first painting shows the portion of the garden and the other two show the entire enclosed garden.
Morphological Echo by Salvador Dali
Morphological Echo is a painting produced by Salvador Dali between 1934 and 1936. There is a second version of this painting which was painted in 1936. In this painting, the Spanish artist has depicted several surrealist images that contains very minimal architectural settings.
The Enigma of the Hour by Giorgio de Chirico
The Enigma of the Hour is a painting produced by Giorgio de Chirico in 1911. During the 20th century, this painting was one of the most famous works of the Metaphysical period. In this painting, the Italian painter has depicted an urban environment.
Rooms By The Sea by Edward Hopper
Rooms By The Sea is a painting produced by Edward Hopper in 1951. This painting was painted on a very large canvas and regarded as the greatest works of the American painter. The scene created in this painting depicts looking towards the ocean on a sunny day.
Dar-es-Salaam by Jacobus Hendrik Pierneef
Dar-es-Salaam is a painting produced by Jacobus Hendrik Pierneef in 1926. There is another painting that goes by the same name Dar-es-Salaam was also painted by Jacobus Hendrik Pierneef. This is a landscape painting and artist sign is inscribed on the reverse of this painting.
Hardkoolbome – Bosveld by Jacobus Hendrik Pierneef
Hardkoolbome – Bosveld is a painting produced by Jacobus Hendrik Pierneef in 1945. The South African painter hated the English system of artwork which was widely known as the education system of artwork.
Curtain, Jug and Fruit Bowl by Paul Cézanne
Curtain, Jug and Fruit Bowl is a painting produced by Paul Cézanne in 1894. This still life painting is the most expensive painting ever sold and also considered to be the master piece of the Post-Impressionism period.
Der Schrei der Natur (The Scream of Nature) by Edvard Munch
Der Schrei der Natur (The Scream of Nature) is a painting produced by Edvard Munch in 1893. This painting is also famously known by the name “The Scream” or “The Cry”. The individual shown in this painting is anyone who has lost all senses of identity.
Blick in Griechenlands Blüte by Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Blick in Griechenlands Blüte is a painting produced by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in 1825. In this painting, the German artist shows the nature and cultivated human activity are in harmony. This painting can be viewed at Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin.
The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh
The Starry Night is a painting produced by Vincent van Gogh in 1889. This painting is one of the most famous works of the Post-Impressionistic period. It is assumed that this painting was painted when the painter was in an asylum and could see the night through the window of his room.
The Grand Canal of Venice by Edouard Manet
The Grand Canal of Venice is a painting produced by Edouard Manet in 1875. Blue Venice is the other name of this painting which is widely known around the world. The painter with his friend James Tissot visited the canal in 1875 and completed the work there.
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