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Landscape art draws its inspiration from the natural world that surrounds us, in all its moods and aspects. From calm seascapes to wild moors and dramatic waterfalls, landscape art can capture a mood or feeling as well as providing a faithful reproduction of the living world. 


The traditional idea of depicting pleasing scenery emerged in 18th century European painting and was transformed in the 19th century by the Romantic tastes for drama and wildness. Since then, the genre of landscape has been shaped by the rapid and revolutionary experiments of artists who have questioned the very processes of perception, as well as the nature of the art object itself.  


British landscape painting of the past few decades has been newly reinvigorated with novel approaches and techniques. These days, David Hockney draws the trees and hedges of East Yorkshire using a painting app on his tablet. Whether it be in acrylic, watercolour or gouache, or through the medium of print, many contemporary artists still find inspiration in the challenge of capturing the ever-changing beauty of the natural world.


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