Posts Tagged ‘landscapes’

Henri Biva’s Realistic Landscapes

Henri Biva (23 January 1848 – 2 February 1929) was a French artist, known for his landscape paintings and still lifes. He focused primarily on the western suburbs of Paris, painting outdoors in the plein-air tradition; his style ranging between Post-Impressionism and Realism with a strong Naturalist component. Biva’s pictures are characterized by intricate strokes and a pure palette bathed with warm natural light (Biva devoted great […]

Landscapes by Lost German Artist Karl Plock

Karl Plock is a lost German artist, with very few of his paintings being available online and scant information about him available. Karl Plock, about whom only very little information exists, was the son of the Sinsheim-born cashier Karl Ludwig Plock. From 1880-1888 he studied at the Grand Ducal Baden Academy of Fine Arts with […]

‘One of the Most Stunning Places on the Planet’: Photographer Captures Surreal Landscapes on Socotra Island

An adventurous Russian-born photographer recently captured some outlandish landscape images of Socotra—an island of extraordinary geography off the east coast of Africa and Yemen. Words cannot properly describe some of the pictures the trip produced. Daniel Kordan, a Nikon ambassador who now lives in a gorgeous villa in Tuscany, journeyed to Socotra with a mission […]

The Landscapes of Claus Anton Kølle

Claus Anton‏ Kølle was a Danish 19th Century painter who was born in 1827 and died in 1872. There is really not much information available about him. Share now! Source

Johann Anton Castell’s Landscapes of Germany and Beyond

Translated from Wikipedia: Johann Anton Castell (born June 3, 1810 in Dresden ; † July 1867 there ) was a German landscape painter. Castell studied since May 1, 1827 in the landscape class of the Dresden Academy. After a year he was dismissed from college for neglect of duties. From 1829 Castell studied landscape painting […]

Wilhelm Steuerwaldt’s Architectural Landscapes

Translated from German wikipedia: Wilhelm Steuerwaldt was born in today’s house Finkenherd 1 in Quedlinburg as the son of a drawing teacher and had close contact with painting even in his youth. After attending school, he studied at the Düsseldorf Art Academy from 1833. Before that, he had been an apprentice to the Halberstadt architectural […]

Post-Pandemic Landscapes: Behavior Modification as the New Consensus Reality

By Kingsley L. Dennis The ‘Covid Event’ gave the unreal world its great coup over the place of the real. This perception intervention gave the final stimulus necessary to tip the twenty-first century into an awaiting technologically manipulated reality. A new landscape is emerging where, for the first time, the human mind is finding itself […]

Landscapes by Carl Julius von Leypold

Wikipedia reports: Carl Julius von Leypold (1806–1874) was a German artist known for his painting, “Wanderer in the Storm”. That is honestly about all that I can find about this artist.

Charles-Caïus Renoux’s Landscapes and Grand Interiors

Charles-Caius Renoux was a talented French artist who painted some great landscapes and interiors. Some of his most famous paintings involve religious scenery, which is not my cup of tea, but I can still appreciate the artist’s skill. Charles-Caius Renoux (born in Paris,1795; died in Paris, 14 March, 1846) was a French painter, lithographer, and […]

Max Röder’s Magical Landscapes

Max Röder (1866 – 1947) was a German landscape artist and architectural painter who spent much of his life working Rome. His work has been compared to that of Arnold Böcklin, but there is much less available about Röder today. The most I was able to find about him was through a translated Wikipedia page. […]

Landscapes by Polish Painter Józef Marszewski

There is not much information about Józef Marszewski online, but apparently he was a Pole who was born in Lithuania, who studied and worked in both Warsaw and Vilnius, amongst other locations in Europe. In the second half of the 19th century there were relatively few artists working in Lithuania. The most prominent of them […]

Frank Walton’s British Landscapes

From a cache of Antiques Atlas: FRANK WALTON was born in London on 10th July 1840. He was a landscape and coastal painter in both oil and watercolour. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1862 until 1924. He was elected a full Member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour in 1882, a […]

Joseph Magnus Stäck’s Vivid Landscapes

Joseph Magnus Stäck (1812-1868) was a Swedish landscape painter and art professor at the Royal Academy and was elected Chairman of the Sveriges Allmänna Konstförening. He was unable to paint as much as he would have liked due to a long-term battle with rheumatic fever or malaria. Here is his bio on Wikipedia.

Emil Ludwig Löhr’s Landscapes

Emil Ludwig-Lohr (1809-1876) was a German 19th Century painter who painted Bad Gastein from a number of different views. He does not appear to have been a very acclaimed artist, and there is very little available about him online, but I found some of his paintings and thought they were worth sharing.

Franz Ludwig Catel’s Landscapes

From Web Gallery of Art: German painter. As a child, Catel helped carve small wooden figures in the toyshop owned by his father. With the encouragement of the printmaker Daniel Chodowiecki, Catel enrolled at the Berlin Kunstakademie, becoming a full member in 1806. In 1807, after already making a name for himself as a watercolourist […]

Dark and Symbolic Landscapes and Portraits by Ferdinand Keller

Ferdinand Keller (1854 – 1922) was a German history, genre, and portrait painter. He was also commissioned to do some very large-scale projects. He started painting while his father was working on a 4 year contract in Brazil and then decided to study painting when he got back to Germany. He traveled Europe, continuing to […]

Artist Replaces Billboards With Photos Of The Landscapes They’re Blocking

Next Story If you’ve ever driven across the US, you know how beautiful the scenery can be. Unfortunately in addition to all of the beauty, you are probably well aware of the multitude of billboards that inhabit the vast land, both countrysides and cities. While advertising can be a way to be informed sometimes, what […]

Albert Rieger’s Awe-Inspiring Landscapes and Seascapes

Albert Rieger (1834 – 1905) is one of the talented artists of the past whose work is largely forgotten today, while the art world revels in disgusting degeneracy. There is not even a Wikipedia page for Albert, and very little information about his life. From Albert Rieger was an Austrian painter best known for his […]

Top US general recommends more troops in Iraq, Syria: ZIo-Watch, March 10, 2016

Syrian army soldiers have cleared several villages and areas of Takfiri Daesh terrorists in the northern province of Aleppo, a military source says. In a Thursday statement, the unnamed official said army units established control over the villages of Haiyat kabeera, Haiyat Sagheera, Zabad al-Taweeleh, al-Qleah, Heleh, Hakeel and Kherbet al-Mous as well as Dareehem […]

Homemade toothpaste recipes – better oral health for less

(NaturalNews) If you’re shopping for an all natural toothpaste, the list of ingredients to avoid includes diethanolamine, propylene glycol, fluoride, aspartame, saccharine, sodium lauryl sulfate, Triclosan, glycerin, sorbitol, and microbeads. After careful examination of the ingredients, the discerning shopper will see the similarities between food products and other body care products. There are […]

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