landscape painting


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Noun1.landscape painting - a genre of art dealing with the depiction of natural scenerylandscape painting - a genre of art dealing with the depiction of natural scenery
genre - a class of art (or artistic endeavor) having a characteristic form or technique
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landscape painting

n (Art) → paesaggistica
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His own practice in water-color drawing led him as a mere youth to a devoted admiration for the landscape paintings of the contemporary artist J.
Two approaches to landscape painting are blended in these works: direct observation of nature and memory of specific places.
In 1750, Wilson embarked on a seven-year visit to Italy, during which time he decided to turn to landscape painting, producing pictures of extensive views adorned with classical ruins and imaginary landscapes.
THE development of landscape painting is the focus of an exhibition at the Barber Institute in Birmingham.
In many ways a sequel to the Barber's 2006 exhibition Moonrise over Europe: J C Dahl and Romantic Landscape, this exhibition traces the powerful tradition of landscape painting in Scandinavia that was dominated in the second half of the 19th century by Sweden.
Acting on stage is like landscape painting and acting on film is like fina-z-a-zetailed portrait painting.
Ford Smith brings a contemporary and fresh perspective to the long tradition of landscape painting.
Many renowned Chinese painters were also expert calligraphers and poets, who often made literary references in landscape painting, emphasizing the connection between disciplines and adding complexity to the work.
Traditionally landscape painting was a way of suggesting depth and distance beyond the individual, of externalizing feelings, and of setting up hierarchies according to distance from the viewer/painter.
In a finely-argued, beautifully-written contribution, Benes deploys materials from direct study of the landscape and gardens of the region, painted and drawn representations, maps, archival sources, and the literary tradition, exploring the social geography of the Campagna, the manipulation of the iconography of landscape by different social and political constituencies, the place of the new genre of landscape painting within such discourses, and the ways in which these discourses were read and understood.
The panorama grew out of a merging of landscape painting and theater scenery in the late 18th century that resulted in the mass popularity of traveling shows in which the magical illusion of vast, largely un-peopled, scenic views became the object of interest.
Many books have dealt with the art of landscape painting.