Go into the woods today with this collection of tree paintings, prints and forest photographs, all currently available to buy online…
Thomas Lamb – Cherry Trees at Night study
Oil on linen. 9.8 x 13″ (33 x 25cm).
The Arrival Of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire
52.3cm x 127.9cm (20.5″ x 50.3″) 2011, Royal Academy poster from the huge oil painting on 32 canvases.
Katarzyna Cyganik – Forest
Linocut print on paper. Print area: 50 x 35cm (19.7 x 13.8in).
Waldeinsamkeit (German): The feeling of being alone in the woods.
Stanley Donwood – Soken Fen
Giclee Signed Limited Edition of 100, 63cm x 60cm
Gustav Klimt – Tannenwald I
(Fir Forest 1, 1901) Painted during his summer retreat in Litzlberg on Lake Attersee, Austria. Open edition of original oil painting. 70cm x 70cm (27.5 x 27.5in)
Christiane Steinicke – Purple Trees
2012/2014. Open edition (60 x 60cm). Lambda Colour photograph, glossy. Also available 120 x 120cm
Katherine Steichen Rosing – Harmony
Acrylic on paper. Original painting on sturdy watercolor paper gessoed both sides. 71cm x 112cm (28 x 44in)
Joan Adam – Birch Tree Forest
Acrylic on canvas painting. 81 x 96.5cm (32″ x 38″).
Richard Brocken – Autumn II
Photography. Limited Edition 1/20. 60 x 90cm (18 x 36in).
Richard Brocken – Autumn II
Photography: Digital and C-type. Limited Edition of 3 sold out, 2 Artist’s proofs available. 40 x 112.5cm (16 x 44in).
“When I judge art, I take my painting and put it next to a God made object like a tree or flower. If it clashes, it is not art.” ~ Paul Cezanne ~
Stephen Howard Harrison – Winter Fields Near Colinsburgh, Fife
Oil on canvas (framed). 24 x 30cm (9.5″ x 12″).
Jason Krause – 14 Rings
Acrylic, oil, enamel on canvas. 101 x 76cm (40″ x 30″).
Alexey Adonin – Northern Star
Oil on canvas. 80 x 100cm (31.5″ x 40″).
Yukari Kaihori – In The Falling World
Oil on Primed Paper. 41 x 50cm (16″ x 20″).
“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” ~ John Muir ~
MC Reardon – Late Winter, Boardman #2
Edition 1 of 25. Photographic giclee on fine art paper. 30.5 x 30.5cm (12″ x 12″).
Kristine Kvitka – Closer To Spring
Oil on canvas. 80 x 120cm (31.5″ x 47″).
Stephen R Hand – Pinka Nap
Acrylic on canvas. 152 x 183cm (60″ x 72″).
Teresa Cox – Night Forest
Acrylic and Paper on Wood. 91 x 91cm (36″ x 36″).
Rebecca Vincent – Rift Valley
12 colour etching on on Hahnemuhle paper. 45 x 45cm (18″ x 18″).
Sarah Emerson – Underland
Acrylic on canvas painting. 121cm x 121cm x 3.8cm (48″ x 48″).
Andrew Bret Wallis – Snow Capped Pines
Edition of 20 Giglee print. 30.5 x 46cm (12″ x 18″).
Yaryna Movchan – Forest
Tempera on Wood. Original painting by the Ukranian artist. 32cm x 32cm (12.5 x 12.5in)
I go for a walk in the forest of Fontainebleau. I get ‘green’ indigestion. I must get rid of this sensation into a picture. Green rules it. A painter paints to unload himself of feelings and visions. ~ Pablo Picasso ~
Natasha Newton – Midnight Walk 2
Archival art print from original painting. 20 x 20cm (8″ x 8″).
Prashant Prabhu – Misty morning in Bhowali Nainital
India. Watercolor on Langton Paper. 43cm x 58cm x 3.8cm (17″ x 23″).
Sandra Jordan – Winter Forest #2
Lofoten Islands in Arctic Norway. Photograph printed on Canson Infinity Baryta Photographique. 40.6 x 40.6cm (16 x 16in).
Maja Hrnjak – Mystic Forest
Croatia. Photography: Digital on Canvas. 50 x 50cm (20 x 20in).
Oleksandr Ros – Blue Tree
Ukraine. Oil on Canvas. 80 x 70cm (31.5 x 27.5in).
Sophie Walraven – Forest
Acrylic on Canvas. 100 x 100cm (39 x 39in).
And that’s about as many tree paintings and prints as I could squeeze in to one post! Hope you found something you liked. I’ll update it with any new forest favourites in the months ahead.
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