Heinrich Böhmer liked his woods, especially in the fall, it seems.
Tag: 19th century landscape painters
The grand beauty of the German Alps were this German painter’s favorite subject.
Constable never imagined how famous his work would become. He wrote “My art will never be popular” and “My art is far too modern”.
Most of Peder Mørk Mønsted’s landscapes were devoted to Scandinavia.
“On the northern shore of the lake, right under the precipitous cliffs on which the modern city of Nemi is perched, stood the sacred grove and sanctuary of Diana of the Woods.”