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Examples of landscape paintings by artists born between 1801 and 1820:



see thumbnail to rightThomas Cole (American, 1801-1848), L'Allegro, 1845, oil on canvas, 32 1/8 x 47 7/8 inches (81.6 x 121.6 cm), Los Angeles County Museum of Art.




see thumbnail to leftSamuel Palmer (English, 1805-1881), A Hilly Scene, c. 1826-8, watercolor and gum arabic on paper on mahogany, 206 x 13.7 cm, Tate Gallery, London. See Romanticism.



see thumbnail to rightSamuel Palmer, A Dream in the Apennine, exhibited 1864, watercolor and gouache on paper laid on wood, 66.0 x 101.6 cm, Tate Gallery, London.


see thumbnail to leftNarcisse Virgile Diaz de la Peña (French, 1807-1876), Autumn, Forest Interior, 19th century, oil on panel, 14 x 18 inches, Minneapolis Institute of Arts.




Jean-François Millet (French, 1814-1875). Also see Realism.



Cornelius Krieghoff (Canadian, 1815-1872).



Currier and Ives, publishers (American, Nathaniel Currier: 1813-1895; Ives: 1824-1895).



John Kensett (American, 1818-1872). See Hudson River School and luminism.



Gustave Courbet (French, 1819-1877). Also see Realism.




see thumbnail to leftRoger Fenton (British, 1819-1869), Landscape with Clouds, II, 1859, depicted: Great Britain, salted paper print from glass negative, 31.4 x 44.3 cm (12 3/8 x 17 7/16 inches) irregular, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. See photography.




see thumbnail to rightWorthington Whittredge, American, 1820-1910), Untitled Landscape, about 1872-75, oil on canvas, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, NH.




Other examples of landscapes:




Also see buckeye, landscape architecture, pastoral, picturesque, rustic, sacral-idyllic scene, and seascape.







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