John Collier "The Spring Wood"

The Spring Wood by John Maler Collier, British, Collier was an artist and author who painted in the Pre-Raphaelite style. In addition to landscapes, he was considered the most prominent.

Milton Avery

River in the Hills 1940 watercolor on paper by Milton Avery. by mooonriver

Gustav Klimt, Apple Tree, 1912.

'Apple Tree' Gustav Klimt 1912 Although a bit stylized, The tree is still a very nice piece of work. The roundness of the leaves from the top of the tree lead one's eye to the grass and flowers. The variety of flowers add to the details in the tree.

Paul Nash (British, 1889-1946), Ploughed Fields at Iden. Pencil, wash, pen & ink and crayon, 46 x 34.4 cm.

This painting technique is so interesting to look at with its bold brush strokes of colour and then very fine line work. By “Paul Nash (British, Ploughed Fields at Iden. Pencil, wash, pen & ink and crayon, 46 x cm.

On the Coast at Trouville by Claude Monet

Claude Monet - On the Coast at Trouville - 1881 - Museum of Fine Arts - Boston

Gustav Klimt, Birch Forest I (detail), 1903. Oil on canvas.

Gustav Klimt, Birch Forest I (detail), 1903. Oil on canvas.

Isaac Levitan

Isaac Levitan

Karl Hagemeister, Am Birkenwald, c. 1869.

Stadtmuseum Brandenburg an der Havel - Frey-Haus

Ivan Shishkin 1894

Ivan Shishkin – The Volsk Regional Museum.

Alexander the Great contemplates the talking Tree, Nasr al-Soltani, 1430.

Alexander the Great contemplates the talking Tree, Nasr al-Soltani, 1430.

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