Wednesday, 23 December 2009

Weather: Snow

"The Village in Snow" by Timur Petrovich Novikov (1958 - 2002)


Happy Christmas! I hope everyone has an enjoyable holiday season and a good New Year - the blog will return sometime in January. Thanks to everyone who took the time to comment or email this year, your input has been much appreciated!



"Snow in Knightsbridge" by Stephen Bone (1904 - 1958)


"Snow scene with horses and carriages" by Guy Wiggins (1883-1962)


"Magdalena Bay" by François Auguste Biard (1798 - 1882)


"A snow covered village" by Nadezhda Stupina (20th/21st Century)


"Winter landscape" by Lucas van Valckenborch (1530 - 1597)


"Winter twilight along Central Park" by Paul Cornoyer (1864 - 1923)


"Winter Wonderland" by Maxwell Mays (b.1918)


"Cyclist in the Snow" by Alan Lowndes (1921 - 1978)


"Molen in de Winter" by Toon Hermans (1916 - 2000)


"Morning Light" by Walter Elmer Schofield (1866 - 1944)


"Winter Landscape" by Gysbrecht Leytens (1586 - 1656)


"Grand Hiver" by Cuno Amiet (1868 - 1961)


"Paris Under Snow" Nikolai Alexandrovich Tarkhov (1871 - 1930)


"Journée de Décembre" by Albert Gustaf Aristide Edelfelt (1854 - 1905)


"Manetti Lane" by Glenn O. Coleman (1884 - 1932)


"Pont sur le Drugeon sous la neige" by Rober Fernier (1895 - 1977)


"New York in the snow" by Guy Wiggins (1883 - 1962)

17 comments:

Cornflower said...

Happy Christmas, and thankyou for all the wonderful art - I have so enjoyed it!

Gwen Buchanan said...

And your sharing has been much appreciated likewise.. The best of this season to you...

lotusgreen said...

lovely selection -- thank you.

artmodel said...

Happy holidays Art Inconnu!! This blog is an absolute joy. I look forward to your return. Until then, have a splendid season :-)

DJ said...

Just found your blog by clicking "Next Blog"...Nice...
The Coleman has my heart.

Philip said...

Thank you very much, beautiful pictures.

William C Bevan said...

way way way to to to to cold cold cold

Keith said...

So many different ways to portray snow! Thanks for bringing them to the light ...
Jennifer

mattex said...

happy new year,am Matthew,Ur new friend and also am an artist just like u,your works re very realistic and naturalist,please keep it up.happy new year once again

T G said...

Thank you for all those pictures an paintings; this is very interstingand this is an afaboulous work

Kat A. said...

These are so tender, and so, so beautiful.
Holy crap, I can't get over them.
Thank you for the post.

angela said...

love these.
Shouldn't "Manetti Lane" by Glenn O. Coleman be "Minetta" Lane? As in the West Village?

Jul said...

le Stephen Bone me plait particulièrement dans l'architecture qu'il développe!

antonio alvarez gordillo said...

magnifica idea.

cyurkanin said...

HEY! It's March!!! When are you coming back?!

Hamciuszka said...

I like winter and I can't wait snow this year.
Works of Guy Winnings and Cuno Amiet are so snow, so poetic!

Ana said...

I have enjoyed both of the "weather" tagged posts.
I hope there'll be more of them in the future.

Magdalena Bay and Le déluge are so strong!... Every time I see them - BAM! all over again.