The Sunset Book

A landscape a day, from art history, for the purposes of inspiration and reference.

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The Sunset Book

A landscape a day, from art history, for the purposes of inspiration and reference.

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art-and-things-of-beauty:

Sunny landscapes by Peder Mork Monsted (Danish, 1859-1941)

Cair Paravel, by the amazing Justin Sweet, who did a ton of really beautiful Narnia pieces.
Justin Sweet’s site

Cair Paravel, by the amazing Justin Sweet, who did a ton of really beautiful Narnia pieces.

Justin Sweet’s site

Golden Lights in the Distant Forest, László Mednyánszky

Golden Lights in the Distant ForestLászló Mednyánszky

Ivan Aivazovsky, Darial Gorge, 1861

Ivan Aivazovsky, Darial Gorge, 1861

Gustave Doré, Fairy Land, 1881
Caspar David Friedrich, Cemetery in the Evening Twilight

Caspar David Friedrich, Cemetery in the Evening Twilight

George Inness, Sunset in the Woods, 1891

George Inness, Sunset in the Woods, 1891

Storm, Ivan Aivazovsky, 1861

Storm, Ivan Aivazovsky, 1861

Coyote Moonrise, Frank Tenney Johnson, 1920

Coyote Moonrise, Frank Tenney Johnson, 1920

Favorite

Who’s your favorite landscape artist in history? Contemporary?

Catherine Bath, Sailing in an Ocean of Peach and Mauve, 2012
Another contemporary artist, with gallery found here.

Catherine Bath, Sailing in an Ocean of Peach and Mauve, 2012

Another contemporary artist, with gallery found here.

Cody DeLong, Deep in the Canyon, 2008
Love this guy’s Stuff.

Cody DeLong, Deep in the Canyon, 2008

Love this guy’s Stuff.

Alexandre Calame, The Jungfrau, c. 1853-1855

Alexandre Calame, The Jungfrau, c. 1853-1855

George Inness, Sunset, Etretat

George Inness, Sunset, Etretat

Albert Bierstadt, Storm in the Mountains, 1870

Albert Bierstadt, Storm in the Mountains, 1870