January 6, 2009

Three Wintry Landscape Paintings from the Brooklyn Museum's Collection

Did you know that the Brooklyn Museum's collection is now viewable online?
You may access it by clicking here.

I am enjoying viewing their online collection a great deal. I thought it would be fun for me, and wonderful for you, to view three very lovely wintry landscapes in the Museum's collection. :)

This beautiful painting was created by French artist, Victor Charreton in 1899, and is entitled, "Wet Snow, Auvergne." I love the use of color here and especially the use of the color purple.

Here is a beautiful painting, by American artist, Francis Guy, that is entitled, "Winter Scene in Brooklyn," ca. 1819-1820. I adore the fabulous cloud formations in this piece.

This painting, entitled, "Snow Scene" was created by American painter, Emile Branchard, ca.1920s-1930s. I love the sense of space in this painting; one can almost feel the bitter cold in this lonely landscape.

by Nina Kuriloff


Ikyoto said...

Thanks for the info! It seems like enjoying the collection at home with a warm cup of something is the perfect way to spend a wintry evening.

Simone said...

Great idea. I like the Hiroshige online collection.

nina kuriloff said...

thanks for commenting!
the Hiroshige online collection is fabulous! i like it a great deal, too.

fubabee said...

I love their collections. It's always so serene.

Iris said...

beautiful paintings, very nice post, Nina!

nina kuriloff said...

that's good to hear! :)