15 Winterscapes for the Solstice: Paintings to bring something light to dark days

These cold and bright snowy landscapes make us glad for the warmth of a hearth and a spiked beverage!


December 21st, 2016  by M. Elise Hillestad

 

1.  Joseph Farquharson, Winter Landscape

joseph-farquharson-scottish-1846-1935-2

 

2.  Thomas Bromley Blacklock, The Snow Queen, 1902

thomas-bromley-blacklock-the-snow-queen-1902

 

3.  Paul Cornoyer, 1901 Winter in New York

paul-cornoyer-1901-winter-in-new-york

 

4.  Joseph Farquharson, Blizzard

blizzard-by-joseph-farquharson

 

5.  Andrew Wyeth

andrew-wyeth

 

6.  Anders Zorn, The Painter Bruno Liljefors, 1906

anders-zorn-swedish-1860-1920-the-painter-bruno-liljefors-1906

 

7.  Samuel John Lamorna Birch

Mr Adam J. Kerr; (c) Adam J. Kerr; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation

 

8.  Korovin Konstantin

korovin-konstantin-1861-1939

 

9.  William Morris Hunt, The Snow Storm, 1859

william-morris-hunt-the-snow-storm-1859

 

10.  Joseph Farquharson, Homeward

homeward-oil-on-canvas-by-joseph-farquharson-british-1846-1935

 

11.  Yuly Klever, A Winter Landscape with an Izba, 1880s-90s

yuly-klever-a-winter-landscape-with-an-izba-1880s-90s

 

12.  Pieter Brughel the Elder, Hunters in the Snow,  1565

pieter-brughel-the-elder-hunters-in-the-snow-1565

 

13.  Joseph Farquharson

joseph-farquharson-scottish-1846-1935

 

14.  Pieter Brueghel the Younger, Census at Bethlehem, 1566

pieter-brueghel-the-younger-census-at-bethlehem-1566

 

15.  Francisco de Goya, the Snowstorm, 1786-87

francisco-de-goya-the-snowstorm-1786-87

 


 

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