landscape painting Archive
Posted on March 16, 2012When we think of J.M.W. Turner, we think of those evocative, ghostly landscapes, where ships, cliffs and trains emerge out of nowhere, half-hidden by mist and rain. We also think […]
Posted on September 2, 2011When art goes missing, the case can monopolize headlines and excite theories and gossip. Was it stolen? Destroyed? Does it have something to do with The Da Vinci Code? Mark D. Mitchell's George Inness in Italy is inspired by the rediscovery of a painting that had the misfortune of becoming “lost” in this rather dull way, having “languished” in storage for years, but was then rediscovered with great interest.
Posted on August 10, 2011“What are men to rocks and mountains?” Elizabeth Bennett asks her aunt in Pride and Prejudice. Although Lizzy wants to deceive herself after “disappointment” regarding certain men, some artists would […]