Reuven Rubin: Autumn Landscape, Peekskill, New York (1928)

Visit to New York According to Christie’s, in 1928 Reuven Rubin visited Adolph Stone, a Romanian friend who had a country home in Peekskill, New York. Rubin produced this painting of that home. Click For Enlarged Detail: Slideshow best viewed At Sunnyside Details: Reuven Rubin (1893-1974) Autumn Landscape, Peekskill, New York signed and signed again…

Caspar David Friedrich: Sunburst in the Riesengebirge

  ‘…thus it is a great merit, maybe the greatest thing the artist is capable of, when he touches the spirit and arouses thoughts, feelings and emotions in the beholder, even if these are not his own.’ Caspar David Friedrich Once Lost Dated from 1820 to the 1830’s, Sunburst in the Riesengebirge by Caspar David…

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner: Mountain Landscape from Clavadel (1925–26)

Switzerland: Kirchner’s Later Years William Cook in The Spectator comments, “Here in rural Graubünden, he couldn’t help but lead a healthier life. This dramatic change of scene was reflected in his art. His emotive use of colour was as revolutionary as ever, but painting landscapes instead of cityscapes meant that the effect was entirely different….

Albert Bierstadt: On the Saco

This is my favorite Albert Bierstadt painting, and I have searched high and low for more information (and a better image). I assume it must be privately owned (?). If you have any details, please let me know in the comments below.

Isaac Levitan: Golden Autumn, Slobodka (1889)

Isaac Levitan, Golden Autumn, Slobodka, (Original Title: Золотая осень. Слободка) 1889, oil on canvas, Dimensions: w675 x h430 mm, From The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Image Source: Google Arts & Culture Original Title: Золотая осень. Слободка From the collection of The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg The motif of Russian autumn is often encountered…

Emily Carr: Untitled forest scene (c1932)

  Emily Carr: On Jungles, January 1, 1936: “I painted one of the thick jungle sketches. Perhaps I am getting “junglier.” They won’t be popular. Few people know the jungle, or care about it or want to understand it. An organized tumult of growth, that’s what those thick undergrowth woods are, and yet there is…

Barend Cornelis Koekkoek: River landscape with crayfish catchers

Barend Cornelis Koekkoek. 1803-1862 La Haye. Paysage de rivière avec des pêcheurs d’écrevisses. River landscape with crayfish catchers. Dordrecht Museum Le paysage romantique néerlandais The Dutch romantic landscape by jean louis mazieres Click for enlarged image:   Original Image Via Flickr: Barend Cornelis Koekkoek. 1803-1862 La Haye. Paysage de rivière avec des pêcheurs d’écrevisses. River…