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Genesee Oil Painting

"Genesee Park, CO" Oil Painting
Located in Denver, CO
David Shingler's (NC based) "Genesee Park, CO" is an oil painting that depicts a yellow-grassed
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2010s American Impressionist Figurative Paintings

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Oil

'Rochester, New York', National Academy of Design, Rockport Art Association, Oil
By Milton W. Holm
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
Genesee Group of Painters. The Genesseeans sought to capture the Spirit of Place in their rendering of
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1950s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Oil, Board

Stowe Vermont Village Sleigh Ride, Mid Century Winter Figurative Landscape
By Walter Thomas Sacks
Located in Soquel, CA
. The Rochester division evolved into the Genesee Artists Group.
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1940s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Early 20th Century Summer Floral Still Life - Zinnias, Delphiniums, Corn Flowers
Located in Soquel, CA
Western New York artists", one painting "Auguste Fournier's Bouquet" (1935), 20 x 16", oil on canvas
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1930s Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Linen, Oil

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A. J. Bennett - Light and Shade - Post Impressionist Painting, South Africa 1919
Located in Meinisberg, CH
A. J. Bennett (South African, fl. Early 20th century) Light and Shade • Oil on canvas artist board ca. 42.5 x 29.5 cm • Later frame ca. 53.5 x 41 cm Worldwide shipping is complime...
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1910s Post-Impressionist Figurative Paintings

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Board, Oil, Canvas

Highpoint Lake, original 24x36 impressionist landscape
By Gerald Lopato
Located in Spring Lake, NJ
Sometimes a drive into the countryside can revive the spirit and soul like nothing else, thereby energizing the entire body. Highpoint Lake is one of those tranquil spots. A vetera...
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21st Century and Contemporary Hudson River School Landscape Paintings

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Oil

Organic Modern Small Table Lamp Natural Wood Handmade Fluted Shade
By Isabel Moncada
Located in San Antonio, TX
PATA DE ELEFANTE SMALL table lamp was designed for the Atomic collection by Mexican artist Isabel Moncada. Named Pata de Elefante –Elephant's Foot– for the prominent shape at its ba...
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21st Century and Contemporary Mexican Mid-Century Modern Table Lamps

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Textile, Wood

"Grey Barns", 1970s Vintage Farm Landscape
By Mark Geller
Located in Soquel, CA
Picturesque 1970's vintage California farm scene titled "Grey Barns" by Mark Geller (American, b. 1947). Unsigned. Acquired with a collection of his work. Displayed in a rustic woode...
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1970s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

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Canvas, Acrylic, Cardboard

Organic Modern Floor Lamp Natural Wood Handmade Fluted Shade
By Isabel Moncada
Located in San Antonio, TX
PATA DE ELEFANTE floor lamp was designed for the Atomic collection by Mexican artist Isabel Moncada. Named Pata de Elefante –Elephant‘s Foot– for the prominent shape at its base. Se...
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21st Century and Contemporary Mexican Mid-Century Modern Floor Lamps

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Textile, Wood

SINGLIN' OUT Signed Lithograph, American Cowboy Roping Horses, Rocky Mountains
By Conrad Schwiering 1
Located in Union City, NJ
SINGLIN' OUT by the American Western artist Conrad Schwiering, is a hand drawn limited edition lithograph printed using hand lithography techniques on archival Somerset paper 100% ac...
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1980s American Realist Animal Prints

Materials

Lithograph

"Snow on Fifth Ave " NYC Impressionist Oil Painting Style of Guy Wiggins
By Cindy Shaoul
Located in New York, NY
A charming depiction of Snow in New York City on Fifth Avenue with figures walking a dog. A cozy impressionistic street scene with colors of cobalts, light pink, whites, and burnt si...
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2010s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Cotman Impressionist painting of figure in a wheat field
By Frederick George Cotman
Located in Harkstead, GB
A very evocative image of a lady on the track to a farmhouse. The scene is given even more poignancy as the lady is in fact the wife of the artist. A moment in time captured forever....
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19th Century Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Family Walking through Poppy Field under Parasols Large French Impressionist Oil
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Walking in the Poppy Field French Impressionist school, 20th century after Claude Monet's work oil on board, framed framed: 27.5 x 34 inches board: 23 x 30 inches provenance: privat...
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Late 20th Century Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil

Antique Arts & Crafts Solid Oak Stacking Map Cabinet With Deep Drawers
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia
Rare Arts & Crafts Stacking Map Cabinet with Multiple drawers. Beautifully constructed from solid Oak and with the original brass pulls with name tag hardware present. Dovetailed dra...
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Antique Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Apothecary Cabinets

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Oak

1950's French Impressionist Painting Farm Farm Yard Courtyard Landscape
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
Farmyard Courtyard by Y. Blanchon, French 1950's Impressionist artist signed gouache on artist paper, unframed painting: 12 x 16.5 inches provenance: from a large private collection...
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Mid-20th Century Modern Landscape Paintings

Materials

Gouache

Early 20th-Century Coastal Landscape With Beach & Sunset, Oil Painting
Located in Cheltenham, GB
An atmospheric early 20th-century landscape painting depicting a beautiful sunset over a peaceful beach. Small dwellings are silhouetted against the warm hues of the evening sky. Th...
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Early 20th Century Naturalistic Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Children's game in a garden by the sea, original oil on canvas, Pointillist
By Eugène Bégarat
Located in Nutfield, Surrey
This original, oil on canvas of a women and her children on a quay in Venice is a beautiful picture of motherhood and femininity that was painted about 50 years ago by the French Art...
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Late 20th Century Pointillist Figurative Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

'Evening Light, Rocky Shore', American School Impressionist Seascape, Pacific
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
A late 19th century, American School seascape showing a lyrical view of sunlit waves flowing in towards a rocky beach. The unknown artist shows exceptionally sensitive handling of li...
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1880s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil, Board

Winter on the Farm - Plein Air Landscape
Located in Soquel, CA
Serene winter landscape by an unknown artist. A dusting of freshly fallen snow covers the landscape. Two large trees are in the forefront of the composition, with a small farmhouse b...
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Early 20th Century Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil, Wood Panel

'Carmel Coast', California Plein Air Impressionist oil, Oakland Museum, Stanford
By Francis Harvey Cutting
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
Signed lower right 'F.H. Cutting' and dated '1932-1948'. Born in Iowa in 1872, Francis Harvey Cutting moved to San Jose, California in 1893 where he studied with Arthur Hill Gilbert...
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1940s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil, Board

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The “Red Jacket” on Open Seas - Montague Dawson - Maritime Painting
By Montague Dawson
Located in NEW YORK, NY
MONTAGUE DAWSON British, 1895–1973 The “Red Jacket” on Open Seas Signed MONTAGUE DAWSON Oil on
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Early 20th Century Landscape Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Untitled (View of the Continental Divide from near Genesee, Colorado)
By Robert Alexander Graham
Located in Denver, CO
Original mountain landscape oil painting, View of the Continental Divide from near Genesee/Lookout
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1920s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Busy Harborfront
By Carl Peters
Located in Wiscasset, ME
, Springfield Art Association, Rockport Art Association, Woodstock Art Association and the Genesee Group, a
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1930s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil

Bustling Harbor
By Walter Thomas Sacks
Located in Buffalo, NY
Large Gloucester, MA dock and sailboat painting by well listed NY artist Walter Sacks. This work
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1930s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

“Rolling Wave”
Located in Southampton, NY
Very well done oil on canvas seascape by the American artist, Frances Miller Mumaugh. New
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1890s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil, Canvas

“Calming Seas”
Located in Southampton, NY
Oil on canvas painting of a gentle ocean sea by the American artist, Frances Miller Mumaugh
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1890s Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Genesee
By Ramon Santiago
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Ramon Santiago, American (1943 - 2001) Title: Genesee Year: 1971 Medium: Oil on Board
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1970s Surrealist Figurative Paintings

Materials

Oil, Board

Cottages on the Lake
By Clifford Ulp
Located in Buffalo, NY
An original oil on canvas painting by American artist Clifford Ulp (1885 - 1957) Profession
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1920s American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Rockport Street Scene"
By Carl Peters
Located in Nashville, TN
even a few paintings. Besides sketching and painting every day, and acquiring the fundamentals of art
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Mid-20th Century American Impressionist Landscape Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

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Finding the Right landscape-paintings for You

It could be argued that cave walls were the canvases for the world’s first landscape paintings, which depict and elevate natural scenery through art, but there is a richer history to consider.

The Netherlands was home to landscapes as a major theme in painting as early as the 1500s, and ink-on-silk paintings in China featured mountains and large bodies of water as far back as the third century. Greeks created vast wall paintings that depicted landscapes and grandiose garden scenes, while in the late 15th century and early 16th century, landscapes were increasingly the subject of watercolor works by the likes of Leonardo da Vinci and Fra Bartolomeo.

The popularity of religious paintings eventually declined altogether, and by the early 19th century, painters of classical landscapes took to painting out-of-doors (plein-air painting). Paintings of natural scenery were increasingly realistic but romanticized too. Into the 20th century, landscapes remained a major theme for many artists, and while the term “landscape painting” may call to mind images of lush, grassy fields and open seascapes, the genre is characterized by more variety, colors and diverse styles than you may think. Painters working in the photorealist style of landscape painting, for example, seek to create works so lifelike that you may confuse their paint for camera pixels. But if you’re shopping for art to outfit an important room, the work needs to be something with a bit of gravitas (and the right frame is important, too).

Adding a landscape painting to your home can introduce peace and serenity within the confines of your own space. (Some may think of it as an aspirational window of sorts rather than a canvas.) Abstract landscape paintings by the likes of Korean painter Seungyoon Choi or Georgia-based artist Katherine Sandoz, on the other hand, bring pops of color and movement into a room. These landscapes refuse to serve as a background. Elsewhere, Adam Straus’s technology-inspired paintings highlight how our extreme involvement with our devices has removed us from the glory of the world around us. Influenced by modern life and steeped in social commentary, Straus’s landscape paintings make us see our surroundings anew.

Whether you’re seeking works by the world’s most notable names or those authored by underground legends, find a vast collection of landscape paintings on 1stDibs.

Questions About Genesee Oil Painting
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 13, 2024
    To identify an oil painting, look closely at its surface. Compared to other paintings, pieces produced in oils usually show off a variety of textures across the canvas, and the paint will appear layered on. If you're looking to determine the name, age or creator of a work, try snapping a photo with your smartphone’s camera and conducting a reverse image search online. Shop a diverse assortment of oil paintings on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertSeptember 25, 2019

    You should keep oil paintings out of direct sunlight, dust them regularly and apply varnish when necessary.

  • Lilac Gallery Ltd.March 17, 2021
    An abstract oil painting and an artwork that is made with oil paint on a medium like canvas, wood board, or other panels like canvas board. And the 'abstract' term refers to the Movement & Style of the piece. As abstraction indicates a departure from reality in the depiction of imagery in art, the artist creates a painting where the subject, shape, form, color, and line, is created with no particular references of the world but as a composition that may exist with a degree of independence from its vision.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Dali did indeed use oil paint. Although he used oil paints in the traditional method, he would at times add natural resin or linseed oil to play with fluidity and texture. You can shop a selection of Salvador Dali’s pieces from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertSeptember 25, 2019

    Varnishing an oil is not necessary, but it is recommended because it protects the painting and corrects surface irregularities.

  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    You can use oil paint on wood as long as you prep the wood first. The first thing you should do is seal the wood with a primer. Ideally, paint two coats of sealer onto the wood so that the paint doesn't cause the wood to rot over time.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    The largest oil painting in the world is in the main hall of the Doge's Palace located in Venice, Italy. Its name is Il Paradiso. Tintoretto painted it around 1592, and it measures 22 meters by 7 meters. Shop a large collection of oil paintings on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    To tell if your oil painting is authentic, first check the signature of the artist to start your research. Use a magnifying glass to check the texture of the painting, and finally check the back for the painting’s original stretchers. Shop a selection of expertly vetted artwork from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 13, 2023
    Because the value of an oil painting can vary greatly based on the artist, the subject and the condition of the piece, it's generally best to work with a certified appraiser. A knowledgeable professional can evaluate the piece and estimate its value. Shop a variety of authentic oil paintings from some of the world’s top galleries on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    The best place to find oil paintings and discover new artists is at local art galleries. There are also many online art dealers who provide information about artists and sell their works. On 1stDibs, you’ll discover a variety of art styles from master oil painters.
  • 1stDibs ExpertSeptember 25, 2019

    Sunlight causes oil paintings to fade.

  • 1stDibs ExpertSeptember 25, 2019

    Depending on the composition of the paint and varnish, as well as the conditions in which they are stored, oil paintings can darken, fade or become more transparent through time.

  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    To find the artist of an oil painting, look on the back of the canvas. Sometimes, you will find the artist’s name and the year of production on the back. If the canvas is in a frame, gently peel away the paper covering the back to access the canvas. In the event you cannot find any identifying information, seek the help of a licensed art appraiser. Shop a selection of oil paintings on 1stDibs.
  • La ChrysomeleFebruary 24, 2021
    Any artwork is worth and only worth the price someone is willing to pay for it (unfortunately, whether one can afford it or not is another story). Different people may have different reasons to attribute value to an artwork, from the purest (falling in love with it) to what is often considered as the most vile (speculation), going through remembrance, pride of ownership, or brag, among other reasons. For most living artists, the price of the artworks is usually set by the artist and/or the gallery which represent him or her, by type and size of artwork, and corresponds to an equilibrium price between the rate at which artworks are sold and the rate at which new artworks are produced by the artist. For artworks from dead artists sold by professional dealers, the price is often based on auctions results for similar pieces of the same artists. Oil paintings are usually pricier than other techniques because it is considered more difficult to master, but also because oil paintings are known for their ability to last centuries.
  • 1stDibs ExpertSeptember 25, 2019

    On 1stdibs, oil paintings cost between $60 and $6,200,000.

  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Yes, Marc Chagall used oil paint to produce many of his paintings. He also worked with gouaches and watercolors. Not just a painter, Chagall made stained glass windows, illustrations, prints, ceramics and other types of works throughout his life. Find a collection of Marc Chagall art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Cy Twombly did use oil paint, although his method was quite unique. He would run his fingers in the paint to create channels, and would then use oil paint in ‘globs’. House paint overtop would then merge the paints into a completed piece. Shop a selection of Cy Twombly’s pieces from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.
  • David Brooker Fine Art
    David Brooker Fine ArtFebruary 23, 2021
    That depends on the size of the piece, the condition of the painting, and to some degree the value. also where you live.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    The value of an oil painting depends on the quality and artist. Work with an appraiser to determine the value. While some online resources can be helpful when you’re looking for information about the value of an item, the suggested value you find may not be the actual value of your item, since that will depend on a number of factors, including the shape it’s in. Browse a selection of expertly vetted authentic vintage oil paintings on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 1, 2024
    Who made the largest oil painting in the world changes over time. While working in Valencia, Venezuela, in 2022, Italian artist Francesco Santoro created a work that is 2,033.84 square feet in size. It was used in the repair of a church that was damaged by an earthquake. Find a wide range of oil paintings on 1stDibs.