Landscape Painting and Modern Dutch Artists (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, 2017 M11 22 - 338 páginas
Excerpt from Landscape Painting and Modern Dutch Artists
The same scene might be painted by Ruys dael and Hobbema, by Constable and Turner, by Daubigny and Rousseau, and each pic ture would take on the spirit of the individual artist, and give the observer very different ideas of identical views. For if it is not the actual scene before him that is painted, but his idea of it, it is evident that the personality of the artist counts for a very great deal in pictures; and so it is the subjective view of art that is the all-important one.
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