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Landscape Art That Will Breathe Life Into Any Space

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Landscape Art That Will Breathe Life Into Any Space
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Landscape art refers to works that take inspiration from nature. Imageries in these works vary from mountains, valleys, trees, rivers, and forests. This art form has evolved over the years, from classical paintings of rolling hills to modern, sometimes even urban landscapes of metropolitan scenes. These works span across any and all mediums, allowing artists the freedom to interpret such imageries through their eyes. Landscape art has maintained its stronghold as a theme for centuries, from Chinese ink paintings dating back to 1200 to J.M.W. Turner's 19th-century seascapes, to land artists such as Richard Long who creating artworks directly within landscapes.  

Landscape works in the 21st century have been known to commonly be taken on with other genres. Examples include abstract and pop landscapes. Landscape photography has also proven itself as one of the most widely photographed subjects since the invention of the camera and continues to be as such. Chinese contemporary artists also frequently document not only natural landscapes but also the growth of the socio-economic landscapes that surround them. 

Natural landscape art has the power to breathe life into any space, no matter how sterile they may be. Interpretations of cityscapes that depict buzzing urban landscapes also come with a different power that brings a dynamic feel to any mundane space. From soothing minimalist landscapes to their eccentric Pop urban counterparts, take a look at these landscape works that The Artling has in store: 

 

Abstract

a-landscape-of-unknown-territory-1

A Landscape of Unknown Territory # 1 by Maung Aw

park-city-52

Park City #52 - Zahra Nazari

t-here-271

T-HERE-27#1 by Kyungchul Shin

lake-edge

Lake Edge - Janine Barrera

layers-no1

Layers No:1 by Erna Ucar

ocean-night

Ocean Night by Shveta Saxena

 

Urban 

bangkok-area-02

Bangkok area 02 - Theerapat Pawaprom

19-jalan-sultan

19 Jalan Sultan - Darren Soh

city-line-05

City Line 05 - Mutiara Suryadini

layers-series-v

Layers Series V by Egemen Tuncer

the-interlace-i

THE INTERLACE I by Allan Borebor

analogy-ii

Analogy II by Phyllicia Wang

Zen 

anger

Anger by Jieun Cha

anotherplace-3

Anotherplace by Angela Zhang

to-infinities

to infinities by Swapnil Deshpande

imabari

Imabari by Maki Hayashida

digiscape-3

Digiscape #3 by Dju-Lian Chng

quiet-the-chaos

Quiet The Chaos by Shirren Lim

Nature

aug-2016-grey

Aug 2016, Grey by Zue Chan

the-resistance

The Resistance by Marcus Ho

the-stone-forest-i

The Stone Forest I by Mako Miyamoto

flash-2

Flash by Shirren Lim

the-resistance

The Resistance by Marcus Ho

minimalism-1

Minimalism_1 by Vinayak Sharannavar

Pop 

fairyland-g-iv-w

Fairyland G-IV (W) by Guang-Yu Zhang

the-balcony

The Balcony by Jun Hee

dots-aic

Dots-AIC by Cui, Decheng

timeless-migration

 Timeless Migration by Kenny Low

red-velvet

Red Velvet - Danielle Tay

artist-studio

artist studio - Raman Adone


Any views or opinions in the post are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the company or contributors.



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