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Known unknown: Nicholas Hatfull welcomes the opportunity to see the work of Edward Hopper afresh. Hatfull, Nicholas Apr 1, 2020 1106
Capital gains: Van Gogh's stay in London opened the painter's eyes to a range of new influences. Kerr, Matthew May 1, 2019 1203
Occupied Landscapes: Evidence of Drones. Caso, Federica May 1, 2018 1337
Gainsborough's gaze: The painter's landscapes show a countryside on the brink of transformation. Cassidy, Camilla May 1, 2018 921
'The Diamond Mountains have long been a source of fascination for Koreans'. Lee, Soyoung Feb 1, 2018 871
Beyond the Stars. Levisse, Caroline Sep 22, 2017 1027
Annora Brown's Alberta Wildflowers. Rodenburg, Mieke Jun 22, 2017 623
Dan Attoe: Peres Projects. Benschop, Jurriaan Apr 1, 2017 602
Master of progress: this overdue survey of Camille Pissarro reveals the artist's extraordinary range. Gascoigne, Laura Apr 1, 2017 1151
Felipe Cohen: Galeria Millan. Belchior, Camila Feb 1, 2017 576
Genius loci: Paul Nash's landscapes reveal his enduring desire to capture the spirit of place. Parker, Peter Jan 1, 2017 1012
Tastes like chicken: a newly discovered group of animal studies by Frans Post transforms our knowledge of the artist. Gelber, David Nov 1, 2016 1043
Shara Hughes: Marlborough Chelsea. Peiffer, Prudence Apr 1, 2016 682
Shock and awe. Gascoigne, Laura Apr 1, 2016 2442
To rival Claude: Jason Rosenfeld on an exhibition that seeks to establish Richard Wilson's innovation and influence. Rosenfeld, Jason Jul 1, 2014 1355
Naval gazing: Andrew Wilton celebrates an exhibition dedicated to Turner's atmospheric maritime paintings. Wilton, Andrew Jan 1, 2014 1040
Eric Aho. Kuspit, Donald Jan 1, 2014 454
The open country: Corot's depictions of the northern French landscape reveal a classical painter experimenting with a looser style. Crack, Peter Dec 1, 2013 1044
Anita Malfatti and Tarsila do Amaral: gender, Brasilidade and the modernist landscape. Sneed, Gillian Mar 22, 2013 6803
The Ocean in a Tree: Roger Wagner and Mark Cazalet. Denny, Tom Dec 22, 2012 803
Alessandro Roma. Pioselli, Alessandra Jun 22, 2012 551
Nature depicted: despite omissions, the sheer diversity of Venetian approaches to landscape painting is illuminated in this show. Humfrey, Peter May 1, 2012 1240
"David Hockney RA: a bigger picture". Pincus-Witten, Robert Brief article Jan 1, 2012 166
A century of landscapes: selections from the California Art Club. Jun 22, 2011 495
Around the galleries: during London's fair season a huge range of exhibitions take place across the capital. Highlights include the Camden Town Group at The Fine Art Society, Richard Nagy's show on Schiele and English watercolours at Lowell Libson Ltd. Kent, Monique Jun 1, 2011 856
Hurvin Anderson. Turvey, Lisa Apr 1, 2011 613
Pierre Picot: JANCAR GALLERY. Miles, Christopher Critical essay Sep 1, 2010 430
Ploughing his canvases: a large and ambitious exhibition in Basel is the first to provide a full survey of one of the key aspects of Van Gogh's work, his paintings of landscapes. Bailey, Martin Sep 1, 2009 1131
Relaxing on the river: an exhibition focusing on Gustave Caillebotte's depictions of water captures the essence of his art. Lopez, Jonathan Jun 1, 2009 900
Pride of place: Jonathan Lopez visits an exhibition at the Mauritshuis and National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, that teases out the meanings behind the 17th-century Dutch tradition of 'town views'. Lopez, Jonathan Mar 1, 2009 1000
A spiritual Expressionist: Emile Nolde's first retrospective in France confirms his stature as one of the 20th century's greatest painters. Platzer, David Mar 1, 2009 957
Jacob Feige: Lombard-Freid Projects. Hudson, Suzanne Feb 1, 2009 548
Mickalene Thomas: Rhona Hoffman Gallery. Grabner, Michelle Feb 1, 2009 524
Marti Cormand: Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Wilson, Michael Mar 1, 2008 644
Matias Duville: Galeria Alberto Sendros. Gainza, Maria Mar 1, 2008 539
Nature's "Kindred Spirits". Mar 1, 2008 765
Essence of the sublime: once considered the lowliest of genres, landscape, in the hands of Nicolas Poussin, achieved emotion, narrative power and, above all, multiplicity of meanings. Standring, Timothy J. Mar 1, 2008 857
Nogah Engler: Ritter/Zamet. Schwabsky, Barry Feb 1, 2008 546
After Ophelia: Tate's retrospective fully justifies its claim that Millais was the greatest Pre-Raphaelite painter. Poe, Simon Dec 1, 2007 1027
Joseph Wright of Derby: the artist of the Enlightenment had a little known stay in Liverpool which helped shape his art, and this is the focus of a new exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery, as Peter Furtado discovers. Furtado, Peter Nov 1, 2007 598
Terri Friedman: Shoshana Wayne Gallery. Miles, Christopher Oct 1, 2007 508
French seascapes and Dutch portraits in London. Bruce, Donald Sep 22, 2007 3237
The father of landscape art: the first-ever major exhibition on Joachim Patinir is a triumph for the Prado. Bailey, Martin Sep 1, 2007 1193
"Renoir Landscapes" comes to United States at Philadelphia Museum of Art. Brief article Sep 1, 2007 279
Spittoons in tranquillity: Lauren Soth applauds a display of Biedermeier in all media, from paintings to furniture, which reveals some surprises amid the serene, domestic middle-class life that the style embodies. Soth, Lauren Jun 1, 2007 1000
Fulvio Di Piazza: Bonelli Arte Contemporanea. Meneguzzo, Marco May 1, 2007 492
Zuyoung Chung: Gallery 175. Chung, Shinyoung May 1, 2007 462
Ian Monroe. Brendel, Maria Zimmermann May 1, 2007 529
Adriana Molder: Fundacao Carmona E Costa. Amado, Miguel Apr 1, 2007 487
Christine Rebet: Galerie Kamel Mennour. Davies, Lillian Apr 1, 2007 512
Alla Prima Fine Art features work of Florida landscape artists. Brief article Mar 1, 2007 136
Yun-Fei Ji: James Cohan gallery. Frankel, David Mar 1, 2007 588
Mario Schifano: Sperone Westwater. Avgikos, Jan Mar 1, 2007 568
Lisa Sanditz. Siedell, Daniel A. Mar 1, 2007 426
"The Modern West". Colpitt, Frances Mar 1, 2007 993
Benjamin Edwards: Greenberg van Doren Gallery. Hall, Emily Feb 1, 2007 517
Jonathan Wateridge: David Risley Gallery. Williams, Gilda Feb 1, 2007 524
Clare Woods: Chisenhale Gallery. Williams, Gilda Dec 1, 2006 490
"The Spiritual Landscapes of Adrienne Farb, 1980-2006" Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts. Leduc, Joe Oct 1, 2006 869
Le temps retrouve: the Tate's gathering together for the first time of Constable's six-foot canvases reveals how childhood memories shaped his art. Reynolds, Graham Aug 1, 2006 1077
Tiepolo and Ruisdael at London galleries. Bruce, Donald Jun 22, 2006 3897
Scott King: Bortolami Dayan. Wilson, Michael Jun 22, 2006 640
A vision sustained: the British Museum's Samuel Palmer exhibition triumphantly dispels the myth that his inspiration waned as he grew older. Wilton, Andrew Jan 1, 2006 1407
Stephen Bush: Goff + Rosenthal. McClister, Nell Jan 1, 2006 495
Sebastian Ludwig: Patrick Painter, Inc. Miles, Christopher Critical Essay Oct 1, 2005 484
Dangerous and sublime: an exhibition on Salvator Rosa's landscapes, mounted by Compton Verney and currently at the Wallace Collection, is a reminder of the artist's profound influence on European attitudes to the natural world. Whitfield, Clovis Sep 1, 2005 981
Haarlem renaissance: Margaret D. Carroll on Jacob van Ruisdael. Carroll, Margaret D. Critical Essay May 1, 2005 901
The shapes of London: the Lancashire-born landscape painter John Virtue is the sixth associate artist at the National Gallery, London, Nancy Ireson talked to him about the exhibitions of paintings and drawings made during his two years there. Ireson, Nancy Interview May 1, 2005 1297
Seascape collection featured. Brief Article Mar 1, 2005 131
Visionary landscapes exhibited. Brief Article Mar 1, 2005 230
Out of the shadows: a thoughtful show at the Ashmolean Museum should do much to bring the circumspect Pre-Raphaelite landscape painter Alfred William Hunt the recognition he deserves. Wood, Christopher Mar 1, 2005 1019
An Adirondack portfolio by Michael Ringer. Marr, Laurie Brief Article Feb 1, 2005 219
The critical landscape: Egon Schiele is famed for his figures, but many of his works were landscapes. Elizabeth Clegg reviews the first exhibition devoted to them, at the Leopold Museum, Vienna. Clegg, Elizabeth Jan 1, 2005 1130
The art of exploration. Amodeo, Christian Sep 1, 2004 1887
"Young" America showcased in Landscape Paintings. Brief Article Jul 1, 2004 149
Landscape in the age of Tolstoy: later this month, an exhibition of nineteenth-century Russian landscape painting opens at the National Gallery, London, after being seen in Groningen. Wierda, Inge Jun 1, 2004 881
James McNeill Whistler: breaking all the rules: this American expatriate excelled as a painter, printmaker, etcher, lithographer, and gallery designer--all the while doing it his way. Mar 1, 2004 1652
Laura Owens: Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. (Reviews). Singerman, Howard May 1, 2003 900
Adam Straus: Nohra Haime Gallery. (New York). Kuspit, Donald May 1, 2003 396
Antonio Murado: Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea. (Santiago De Compostela). Melo, Alexandre May 1, 2003 529
Ben Whitehouse: Belloc Lowndes Fine Art. (Reviews: Chicago). Yood, James Feb 1, 2003 498
Dutch Italianisers at Dulwich. Bruce, Donald Aug 1, 2002 3694
America Envisioned - Epic Landscapes of a New World. GREER, HERB Jun 1, 2002 2326
Art in the Wilderness : Capturing Algonquin's Beauty. HENKIN, STEPHEN Mar 1, 2002 2814
Julian Opie: Ikon Gallery. (Birmingham). Shone, Richard Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 605
"John Walker: Time and Tides". Kunitz, Daniel Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 556
An observer of charms & hurts: Dosso of Ferrara. Gilbert, Creighton Apr 1, 1999 2642
Ull Hohn. Rimanelli, David Mar 1, 1994 570
The Hudson River School. Danto, Arthur Coleman Nov 7, 1987 2343
Van Gogh in Saint-Remy and Auvers. Danto, Arthur Coleman Biography Jan 17, 1987 2921

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