Van Gogh was hungry, hungry for color and it wasn’t until he moved to France that his worked famously saw an explosion of bright yellows, blues and greens. 238 more words
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Now best known as a Neo- and Post-Impressionist figurative painter, Théo van Rysselberghe was a keen yachtsman, painter of coastal scenes, and painted quite a few trees in his landscapes too. 1,509 more words
Another image I took at the Boardman Tree Farm in Oregon this fall.
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Popularly viewed as the leader and most important of the French Impressionists, Monet was certainly a central figure and a prolific landscape painter. However his preferred subjects, almost sub-genres, were gardens (particularly his at Giverny), coastal and inland water views. 2,017 more words