The Surprisingly Interesting History of Winter Landscape Painting, Pt. 3/4: 1900-1930

Yeah! [Winter] really is beautiful, isn’t it? But it’s so white. You know, how about a little color? I’m thinking like maybe some crimson, chartreuse. How about yellow?

— Olaf, in Frozen (2013)

Hello again! I hope you enjoyed parts 1 and 2 of this monumental and slightly insane 4-part series on winter landscape painting. I’ve updated both of the previous two parts (and will continue to do so) and I’ve finally finished compiling part 3. As last time, I’m going to go ahead and repost most of my introduction from the first post providing some background for this weird project. The paintings follow. Here you go:

[M]y latest obsession—as odd and passionate as any—has actually been the history of winter landscape painting. Yep, you read that right. [For weeks] I have spent several hours every day scouring the internet in search of awe-inspiring winter landscapes from art history. My tired eyes have scanned thousands of paintings, and I’ve finally come up with a list of over 1000 that I want to share with you in chronological order—a diverse selection which I think will beautifully illustrate the story of winter landscape painting (at least in the West). And may I just say: it’s not as boring as it sounds! In fact, I think it’s riveting stuff. I hope you will agree.

How, you may ask, did I become so fixated on such a bizarre topic? Well, like many folks, I’ve long enjoyed the glittering and austere beauty of winter landscapes. … [But] I only became interested in this particular topic—the history of winter landscape painting—when my wife posted an article from NPR over the holidays called “These Artists Will Change Your Mind About Winter” by Susan Stamberg. It contains some great lesser-known examples of winter landscapes as well as some fun commentary. “For me,” Stamberg writes, “the perfect way to experience snow is to see it hanging on the wall of a great museum!” I can empathize.

Anyway, that article sparked my interest and led me to do a quick search of other lists of winter landscape paintings from art history. What I found was that most of the lists—such as hereherehere, and here—recycled the same dozen or so famous winter landscapes with not that much variation. There has to be more than just these, I thought. In fact, I knew there was. I knew enough about the massive and diverse history of Western painting to know that there was indeed much more to winter landscape painting.

Yet, it’s certainly not a well-known subgenre. If I think back to my Art History courses in college, there were very few examples of winter scenes. If you could somehow list the 1,000 most popular paintings in the Western public’s imagination, probably no more than 10 would feature any snow or ice, and pretty much all of those 10 paintings would be by either Pieter Brueghel the Elder, Caspar David Friedrich, or Claude Monet. That’s what we think of when we think of winter landscapes—and to be sure, those guys are the greatest pioneers of the genre, but there’s much more to it. Despite the traditional aversion to landscape and nature-centered painting in the West prior to the Northern Renaissance, winter has been a big part of Western life. In much of Europe and North America, global warming notwithstanding, snow and ice have been pretty regular features of life for about a quarter of every year, and that was especially true during the so-called “Little Ice Age” which lasted from about 1300 to 1700.

Thus, to get at last to the point, after several weeks of digging I’m ready to start sharing my list with you. It is of course hardly a definitive or even exhaustive list—I’m quite confident in fact that there are still hundreds more stunning winter masterpieces to be discovered, particularly in non-Western and more contemporary art traditions, but I just can’t stand to stare at screens anymore right now. That said, because the list is so long—having, as I said, ballooned to over 1000—I’ve decided to break it up into these four batches:

1.) 1400-1870: This batch goes from the late Medieval period through the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassical, Romantic, and Realist periods in Western art history to the early days of Impressionism, which began in the mid-1860s. It also includes landscapes from the golden era of Japanese printmaking.

2.) 1870-1900: This batch encompasses most of the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist periods—in which there was A LOT of landscape painting being done—as well as the tail-end of the (official) Realist period.

3.) 1900-1930: This batch includes a bunch of works from the Expressionist movement, as well as occasional works from the Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Fauvist, Cubist, and Surrealist movements. It also includes a lot of paintings from North American iterations of Impressionism (e.g., Group of Seven painters) and Regionalism/Realism.

4.) 1930-2020: This last batch is a mix of all kinds of things, mostly from North America, though it largely avoids the abstract and pop-art styles dominant in Western art in the post-WWII era—mainly because there aren’t a lot of obvious “winter landscapes” by abstract artists. Most of these paintings range in style from Regionalism/Realism to modern variations of Impressionism and Expressionism. It’s a very mixed bag.

Ultimately, while winter landscape painting may not be the most exciting genre of art history, I have found that it is a fascinating and illuminating lens through which to view the development of Western art. I hope you too garner some insights from these lists, and find a few works that you too enjoy. Feel free to share your favorites in the comments.

Here, therefore, is the epic third batch, with paintings spanning ~1900-1930:

1.) Frederic Remington – The Mule Pack (1901)

2.) Frits Thaulow – Den Gamle Fabrikk, Akerselva (The Old Factory, Akerselva) (1901)

3.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Rimfrost På Is (Hoarfrost on Ice) (1901)

4.) Harald Sohlberg – Winter Night in the Mountains (1901)

5.) L. A. Ring – Hazy Winter’s Day in Vinderød (1901)

6.) Paul Cornoyer – Winter in New York (1901)

7.) Auguste Herbin – Paris in the Snow (1902)

8.) Childe Hassam – Broadway and 42nd Street (1902)

9.) Childe Hassam – New York Street (1902)

10.) Frederic Remington – A Reconnaissance (1902)

11.) Gunnar Hallström – Winter Landscape with Snowdrift in Moonlight (1902)

12.) Robert Henri – Snow in New York (1902)

13.) Robert Henri – Street Scene with Snow (57th Street, NYC.) (1902)

14.) Frederic Remington – The Scout: Friends or Foes? (1902-05)

15.) Frank Wilbert Stokes – Emperor Penguin, Admiralty Inlet Snow Hill, Antarctic (1902-20s?)

Direct capture

16.) Andrei Ryabushkin – Winter Morning (1903)

17.) Edward Redfield – The Canal, Stockton (1903)

18.) Harald Sohlberg – Street in Røros in Winter (1903)

19.) Igor Grabar – September Snow (1903)

20.) Carl Moll – Winter in Preibach (1904)

21.) Frederic Remington – The End of the Day (1904)

22.) Igor Grabar – February Azure (1904)

23.) L. Birge Harrison – Glimpse of the Saint Lawrence (1904)

24.) Walter Launt Palmer – The New Moon (1904)

25.) John Bauer – Lapplanders in Snowstorm (1904-5)

26.) Arkhip Kuindzhi – Crimea (1905)

27.) Childe Hassam – Melting Snow (1905)

28.) Hans von Hayek – Schleissheim Canal in Winter (1905)

29.) Ivan Grohar – Skofja Loka in the Snow (1905)

30.) John Sloan – The Coffee Line (1905)

31.) L. Birge Harrison – Winter Landscape (1905)

32.) Wilho Sjöström – Winter View from Inha (1905)

33.) William James Glackens – Central Park in Winter (1905)

34.) Frits Thaulow – Winter on the Mesna River Near Lillehammer (1905-6)

35.) Max Clarenbach – Erft Landscape in Winter (1905-10?)

36.) Max Clarenbach – Winter on the Erft (I) (1905-10?)

37.) Max Clarenbach – Winter on the Erft (II) (1905-10?)

38.) Max Clarenbach – Winter on the Erft (III) (1905-10?)

39.) Edvard Munch – Snowmelt, Elgersburg (1906)

40.) Edvard Munch – New Snow in the Avenue (1906)

41.) Edvard Munch – Winter Landscape (1906)

42.) Ernest Lawson – Harlem River in Winter (1906)

43.) Even Ulving – Winter Landscape with Reindeer (1906)

44.) Igor Grabar – Frosty Morning. Pink Rays (1906)

45.) Ludwig Lanckow – Abendliche Winterlandschaft mit einem Jäger (1906)

46.) Maurice Cullen – Ice Cutting, Quebec City (1906)

47.) Maxfield Parrish – Winter (1906)

48.) N. C. Wyeth – From an Upper Snow Platform to Which the Hard Blocks Were Thrown […] (1906)

49.) Rockwell Kent – Maine Coast (1906)

50.) Rockwell Kent – Maine Headland, Winter (1906)

51.) Theodor Kittelsen – Waldtroll (Forest Troll) (1906)

52.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Winter Evening by a River (1907)

53.) Henryk Szczygliński – Halabardnik (1907)

54.) Igor Grabar – Winter Morning (1907)

55.) Karl Nordström – Winter Night (1907)

56.) Koloman Moser – Pine Forest in Winter (1907)

57.) George Bellows – Pennsylvania Station Excavation (1907-8)

58.) Clarence Gagnon – The Valley in December (1908)

59.) George Bellows – Steaming Streets (1908)

60.) George Marston – Aurora Australis (1908)

61.) Giulio Beda – Wieninger Street in Winter (1908)

62.) L. A. Ring – Stygt Vejr (Bad Weather) (1908)

63.) L. A. Ring – Winter Sunshine (1908)

64.) L. Birge Harrison – Late Winter Afternoon (1908)

65.) Nikolai Astrup – March Atmosphere at Jølstravatnet (1908)

66.) Nikolay Meshcherin – Frosty Night (1908)

67.) Pekka Halonen Viimeinen Lumi (1908)

68.) Thorvald Erichsen – Vinter (1908)

69.) Clarence Gagnon – The Clearing in the Woods (1908-13)

70.) George Bellows – Winter Afternoon, Riverside Park (1909)

71.) Harald Sohlberg – Winter Evening (1909)

72.) Marsden Hartley – Winter Chaos, Blizzard (1909)

73.) Pekka Halonen – Late Winter (Kevättalvi) (1909)

74.) Rockwell Kent – Snow Fields (Winter in the Berkshires) (1909)

75.) Wassily Kandinsky – Winter Landscape (1909)

76.) Willard Leroy Metcalf – The White Veil (1909)

77.) Clarence Gagnon – The Trapper’s Return (1909-13)

78.) Alexandre-Louis Jacob – A Canal in Winter (Winter Sunset?) (1910)

79.) George Bellows – A Morning Snow – Hudson River (1910)

80.) George Bellows – Blue Snow, The Battery (1910)

81.) J.E.H. MacDonald – Snowshoeing by Moonlight (1910)

82.) Franz Marc – Dog Lying in the Snow (1910-1)

83.) Anna Boberg – Silent Evening: Scene from Lofoten (1910–4)

84.) Alexandre-Louis Jacob – A Horse and Cart in a Snow-Covered Village (1910s?)

85.) Alexandre-Louis Jacob – Crossing a Bridge in the Snow (1910s?)

86.) Alexandre-Louis Jacob – Shire Horses Pulling a Barge in Winter (1910s?)

87.) Anna Boberg – Northern Lights. Study from North Norway (1910s?)

88.) Arthur Bianchini – Den Ensamma Tallen (The Solitary Pine) (1910s?)

89.) Ivan Fedorovich Choultsé – Winter Landscape (1910s?)

90.) John Bauer – Leap the Elk in the Snow at Night (1910s?)

91.) Jonas Lie – Mountain Stream (1910s?)

92.) Lawren Harris – Winter (1910s)

93.) Lawren Harris – Winter Wonderland (1910s?)

94.) Vilhelms Purvitis – Winter Landscape (1910s?)

95.) William Kaula – Winter in Temple, New Hampshire (1910s?)

96.) Edward Redfield – Under the Laurel (1910s/20s?)

97.) Ernest Lawson – Winter Landscape (1910s/20s?)

98.) George Ames Aldrich – Winter Landscape with River (1910s/20s?)

99.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Winter Landscape (1910s/20s?)

100.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Winter Landscape (1910s/20s?)

101.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Winter Landscape with Ski Tracks (1910s/20s?)

102.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Winter Night (1910s/20s?)

103.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Speglingar i Vintersjö (Reflections in Winter Lake) (1910s/20s?)

104.) Guy Carleton Wiggins – The Avenue on a Winter’s Day (1910s/20s?)

105.) William Kiddier – Silver Snow (1910s/20s?)

106.) George Bellows – Snow Capped River (1911)

107.) Jonas Lie – Low Tide (1911)

108.) Marc Chagall – Snow, Winter in Vitebsk (1911)

109.) Maurice Cullen – Snowstorm, Evening (1911)

110.) Pekka Halonen Maaliskuu (1911)

111.) Stuart Davis City Snow Scene (1911)

112.) Edvard Munch – The Yellow Log (1911-2)

113.) Jonas Lie – Morning on the River (1911-2)

114.) Charles Rosen – The Delaware: Winter Morning (1912)

115.) Edvard Munch – Winter, Kragero (1912)

116.) Edward Redfield – By the River (1912)

117.) Egon Schiele – Winter Trees (1912)

118.) J. E. H. MacDonald – Early Evening, Winter (1912)

119.) J. E. H. MacDonald – In the Pine Shadows (1912)

120.) J. E. H. MacDonald – Morning Shadows (1912)

121.) John Bauer – Christmas Goat (Yule Goat) (1912)

122.) L. A. Ring – Mrs. Sigrid Ring Standing at a Stone Balustrade (1912)

123.) L. A. Ring – Road in the Village of Baldersbrønde (Winter Day) (1912)

124.) Kazimir Malevich – Morning in the Village after Snowstorm (1912-3)

125.) Clarence Gagnon – Mill and Stream, Morning Sun (1913)

126.) Clarence Gagnon – The Farm on the Hill (1913)

127.) J.E.H. MacDonald – Twilight (1913)

128.) John Charles Dollman – A Very Gallant Gentleman (Captain L.E.G Oates from 6th Inniskilling Dragoons) (1913)

129.) Jonas Lie – Winter Blue (1913)

130.) Leon Kroll – The Terminal Yards (1913)

131.) Leon Kroll – West Shore Terminal (1913)

132.) Marc-Aurele Suzor-Cote – Thaw, on an Evening in March, Athabaska (1913)

133.) Maurice Cullen – Ice Harvest (1913)

134.) A. Y. Jackson – Frozen Lake, Early Spring, Algonquin Park (1914)

135.) A. Y. Jackson – Winter, Georgian Bay (1914)

136.) Charles Rosen – Floating Ice, Early Morning (1914)

137.) Ernest Lawson – Winter (1914)

138.) George Bellows – Love of Winter (1914)

139.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Silence – Winter (1914)

140.) Harald Sohlberg – Winter Night in the Mountains (1914)

141.) J. E. H. MacDonald – The Edge of the Town, Winter Sunset (1914)

142.) John Bauer – At Dusk She Often Snuck Out Just to Get a Whiff of the Good Smell (1914)

143.) John Sloan – Backyards, Greenwich Village (1914)

144.) Josef Stoitzner – Untitled (1914)

145.) Lawren Harris – Winter Morning (1914)

146.) Louis Liéven Théophile Clesse – Winter Landscape (1914)

147.) Marc Chagall – Over Vitebsk (1914)

148.) Maurice Cullen – Ice Breaking, L’Assomption (1914)

149.) Maurice Cullen – Ice Harvest (1914)

150.) Tom Thomson – In Algonquin Park (1914-5)

151.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Förvinter, Duved Jämtland (Early Winter, Duved Jämtland) (1914-7)

152.) Charles Rosen – Icebound River (1915)

153.) Clarence Gagnon – Misty Day in Winter, Baie-Saint-Paul (1915)

154.) Clarence Gagnon – Overlooking the Valley of Gouffre, Charlevoix (1915)

155.) Edvard Munch – Winter Landscape (1915)

156.) Eric Kennington – The Kensingtons at Laventie (1915)

157.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Winter Landscape (1915)

158.) Hans Baluschek – December (1915)

159.) Konstantin Gorbatov – Urban Landscape (Cityscape) (1915)

160.) Konstantin Yuon – The March Sun (1915)

161.) Lawren Harris – Winter Woods (Forest in Winter?) (1915)

162.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – Snedaekket Flodbred (Snow-Covered Riverbank) (1915)

163.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – Wood in Snow (Forest in Winter) (1915)

164.) Pekka Halonen Talvinen Metsä (1915)

165.) Tom Thomson – Footsteps in the Snow, Spring (1915)

166.) Tom Thomson – After the Sleet Storm, Winter (1915-6)

167.) Arthur Lismer – A Clear Winter (1916)

168.) Charles Rosen – The Frozen River (1916)

169.) David Milne – Bishop’s Pond (Reflections) (1916)

170.) John Singer Sargent – Mannikin in the Snow (1916)

171.) Konstantin Gorbatov – Early Spring. City on the River (1916)

172.) N. C. Wyeth – The Black Arrow (illustrations for the book) (1916)

173.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – Winter Day in Lillehammer, Norway (1916)

174.) Tom Thomson – Northern Lights, Spring (1916)

175.) Tom Thomson – Snow in October (First Snow) (1916)

176.) Tom Thomson – Early Snow, Winter (1916-7)

177.) Charles E. Burchfield – Main Street, Salem – Winter Day (1917)

178.) Clarence Gagnon – Street Scene, Quebec at Night (1917)

179.) David Milne – Snow Patches, Boston Corners, NY (1917)

180.) Frank Johnston – A Northern Night (1917)

181.) Jan Mankes – View from the Studio in Eerbeek (1917)

182.) Jan Mankes – Winter in Eerbeek (1917)

183.) John F. Folinsbee – Queensboro Bridge (1917)

184.) John Nash – Over the Top (1917)

185.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – Winter Landscape (1917)

186.) Tom Thomson – Larry Dickson’s Cabin (1917)

187.) Tom Thomson – Northern Lights (1917)

188.) Tom Thomson – Northern Lights, Spring (1917)

189.) Tom Thomson – Open Water, Joe Creek, Spring (1917)

190.) Tom Thomson – Path Behind Mowat Lodge (1917)

191.) Tom Thomson – Winter Thaw, Spring (1917)

192.) Walter Launt Palmer – Winter Moonrise (1917)

193.) Charles E. Burchfield – Song of the Telegraph (1917-52)

194.) Childe Hassam – Flags on 57th Street, Winter (1918)

195.) Edward Redfield – The Upper Delaware (1918)

196.) Hans Baluschek – Tiefer Schnee (Deep Snow) (1918)

197.) Lawren Harris – Winter Afternoon, City Street, Toronto (1918)

198.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – A Winter Landscape with Children on a Sled (1918)

199.) A. Y. Jackson – Entrance to Halifax Harbour (1919)

200.) A. Y. Jackson – First Snow, Algoma (1919)

201.) Abraham Manievich – Village at Peace, Fastov (1919)

202.) Aukusti Koivisto – View from Lapland (1919)

203.) Childe Hassam – Fifth Avenue in Winter (1919)

204.) Clarence Gagnon – March in the Birch Woods (1919)

205.) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner – Mountains in Winter (1919)

206.) Igor Grabar – Untitled (1919)

207.) Jacques Martin Ferrières – La Neige, Paris (1919)

208.) Lawren Harris – Old Houses, Toronto (1919)

209.) Lawren Harris – Shacks (1919)

210.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – Sleigh Ride on a Sunny Winter Day (1919)

211.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – Sunlit Winter Landscape (1919)

212.) Pekka Halonen Luminen Mänty (1919)

213.) Rockwell Kent – Frozen Falls (Alaska); Ice Curtains (1919)

214.) Rockwell Kent – Sunglare, Alaska (1919)

215.) William Barnes Wollen – An Australian Observation Post Near Fleurbaix on the Somme Front, Christmas 1916 (1919)

216.) L. A. Ring – Ved det Gamle Hus (At the Old House) (1919-22)

217.) Clarence Gagnon – Early Winter Morning in the Woods, Baie-Saint-Paul (1919-24)

218.) Charles E. Burchfield – February Thaw (The Thaw) (1920)

219.) Charles E. Burchfield – Wires Down (1920)

220.) Clarence Gagnon – A Quebec Village Street, Winter (1920)

221.) Clarence Gagnon – First Snow, Baie-Saint-Paul (1920)

222.) David Milne – Blue Church (1920)

223.) Edward Redfield – Road to the River (1920)

224.) Jacques Martin Ferrières – Melun, Place Sous la Neige (Melun, Square Under Snow) (1920)

225.) Jonas Lie – The Old Ships Draw to Home Again (1920)

226.) Josef Stoitzner – Early Spring (1920)

227.) Josef Stoitzner – Wechselgebirge in Early Spring (1920)

228.) Kawase Hasui – Evening Snow at Terajima Village (1920)

229.) Marc Chagall – Violinist on a Bench (1920)

230.) Nikolai Astrup – A Morning in March (1920)

231.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – Evening Glow (1920)

232.) Rockwell Kent – Vermont Study (1920)

233.) Frank Johnston – Reflections (1920s?)

234.) Georges de Feure – Winter Landscape with Fishermen (1920s?)

235.) Ivan Fedorovich Choultsé – Winter Moonlight (1920s?)

236.) John Fabian Carlson – Farmyard Lyric (1920s?)

237.) John Fabian Carlson – January Morning (1920s?)

238.) John Fabian Carlson – River in Winter (1920s?)

239.) John Fabian Carlson – Shadowy Haunts (1920s?)

240.) John Fabian Carlson – Winter Forest, Nocturne (1920s?)

241.) Santeri Salokivi – Market Place (1920s?)

242.) Stepan Kolesnikov – Returning Home from Church (1920s?)

243.) Stepan Kolesnikov – River Scene (1920s?)

244.) Stepan Kolesnikov – Winter (1920s?)

245.) Stepan Kolesnikov – Winter Landscape (1920s?)

246.) Stepan Kolesnikov – Winter Landscape (1920s?)

247.) Stepan Kolesnikov – Winter, Outskirts of a Village (1920s?)

248.) Stepan Kolesnikov – Winter Scene (1920s?)

249.) Stepan Kolesnikov – Winter Scene (1920s?)

250.) Stepan Kolesnikov – Winter Scene (1920s?)

251.) Stepan Kolesnikov – Winter Scene (Trees) (1920s?)

252.) Valerius de Saedeleer – Winter Landscape (1920s?)

253.) Achiel van Sassenbrouck – Winter Landscape (1920s/30s?)

254.) Aldro Hibbard – Bondville, Vermont (1920s/30s?)

255.) Aldro Hibbard – Bow River, near Banff, Canadian Rockies (1920s/30s?)

256.) Aldro Hibbard – Sawmill in Newfane, Vermont (1920s/30s?)

257.) Aldro Hibbard – Sunlit Peak, Lake Louise, Canadian Rockies (1920s/30s?)

258.) Alois Arnegger – Alpine Glow (1920s/30s?)

259.) Walter Koeniger – Mountain Landscape, Winter (1920s/30s?)

260.) Louis Liéven Théophile Clesse – Enneigée (1920s-40s?)

261.) S. C. Baker – Niagara Falls Ice Flow (1920s-40s?)

262.) Charles E. Burchfield – Sun, Moon, and Stars (1920-55)

263.) Alexander Kanoldt – Telegraphendrähte im Rauhreif (1921)

264.) Clarence Gagnon – Snow-Covered Ploughed Fields, Charlevoix (1921)

265.) David Milne – White the Waterfall (The White Waterfall) (1921)

266.) Lawren Harris – January Thaw, Edge of Town (1921)

267.) Rockwell Kent – The Trapper (1921)

268.) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner – Winter in Davos (1921-3)

269.) David Milne – Corner of the House (1922)

270.) Edward Redfield – The Mill in Winter (1922)

271.) Everett Warner – Falling Snow, New York (1922)

272.) Hasui Kawase – Snow at Kinkakuji Temple (1922)

273.) Jonas Lie – Northern Hills (1922)

274.) Oscar Bluemner – Red Port in Winter (1922)

275.) William Lester Stevens – Untitled Winter Landscape (1922)

276.) Clarence Gagnon – Early Spring Morning in the Laurentian Wilds (1923)

277.) David Milne – Back of Clarke’s House (1923)

278.) Edward W. Redfield – The Brook at Carversville (1923)

279.) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner – Davos in Winter (1923)

280.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Winter Landscape (1923)

281.) Ivan Fedorovich Choultsé – Moonlight Night (1923)

282.) Lawren Harris – First Snow (1923)

283.) Lawren Harris – Grey Day in Town (1923)

284.) Lawren Harris – Northern Shore of Lake Superior (1923)

285.) Leon Kroll – The Park, Winter (1923)

286.) Richard von Drasche-Wartinberg – In the Deep Winter (1923)

287.) William SommerBach Chord (1923)

288.) Peder Dark Coin – Winter in Herstedvester (1923-4)

289.) A. J. Casson – Housetops in the Ward (1924)

290.) Clarence Gagnon – Twilight, Baie-Saint-Paul (1924)

291.) J.E.H. MacDonald – Lake McArthur, Yoho Park (1924)

292.) Lawren Harris – Pine Tree and Red House (1924)

293.) Paul Gustav Fischer – Winter Day in Nyhavn (1924)

294.) Valerius de Saedeleer – Snow Landscape at Dusk (1924)

295.) Valerius de Saedeleer – Winter Landscape (Paysage Hivernale) (1924)

296.) Clarence Gagnon – La Carriole Rouge (1924-5)

297.) Clarence Gagnon – Laurentian Village (Village in the Laurentians) (1925)

298.) Clarence Gagnon – Winter Sun (1925)

299.) Edward Redfield – Late Afternoon (1925)

300.) Fern Isabel Coppedge – The Clearing (1925)

301.) Franz Sedlacek – Winter Landscape (I) (1925)

302.) Franz Sedlacek – Winter Landscape (II) (1925)

303.) Hasui Kawase – Snow at Zojoji Temple, Shiba (1925)

304.) Lawren Harris – Red House, Winter (1925)

305.) Nicholas Roerich – St. Sergius the Buildert (1925)

306.) Oscar Bluemner – Mill Creek (1925)

307.) Walter Moras – Hunter Returning Home in a Winter Woodland (Hunter in Forest) (1925)

308.) Valerius de Saedeleer – Forest in the Winter (1924)

309.) Ohara Koson – Heron or Egret (Heron in Snow?) (1925-36)

310.) A. Y. Jackson – Early Spring, Quebec (1926)

311.) A. Y. Jackson – The Barns (1926)

312.) A. Y. Jackson – Winter, Quebec (1926)

313.) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner – Chemnitzer Fabriken (1926)

314.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Winter Landscape with Rowing Boat (Vinterlandskap med Uppdragen Eka) (1926)

315.) Lilla Cabot Perry – A Snowy Monday (1926)

316.) Rene Magritte – The Lost Jockey (1926)

317.) Clarence Gagnon – Laurentian Village (1927)

318.) Fern Isabel Coppedge – Afterglow on the Delaware (1927)

319.) Franklin Carmichael – Snow Clouds (1927)

320.) Jonas Lie – A Mill Race (1927)

321.) Ohara Koson – Five Herons in Snow (White Herons in Falling Snow?) (1927)

322.) Ohara Koson – Snow on Willow Bridge (1927)

323.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – Winter Landscape (1927)

324.) Peter Blume – Winter, New Hampshire (1927)

325.) Rudolf Wacker – Self-Portrait (1927)

326.) Valerius de Saedeleer – Winter in Flanders (En Plein Hiver) (1927)

327.) Valerius de Saedeleer – Winter Landscape (1927)

328.) Marc Chagall – Snow-Covered Church (1927-28)

329.) Valerius de Saedeleer – Snow in Flanders (1928)

330.) Wilho Sjöström – Talvimaisema (1928)

331.) Clarence Gagnon – Snow-Clad Hills (1928-33)

332.) A. Y. Jackson – Le Calvaire or Wayside Cross, Saint-Urbain (1929)

333.) A. Y. Jackson – The Beothic at Bache Post, Ellesmere Island (1929)

334.) Bruno Liljefors – Winter Landscape with Birds (1929)

335.) Kazimir Malevich – Winter Landscape (1929)

336.) L. A. Ring – Winter Day in Roskilde (1929)

337.) Lawren Harris – Mountains in Snow (1929)

338.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – Village in the Snow (1929)

339.) A. Y. Jackson – Saint Tite des Caps (1930)

340.) Andre Lhote – Neige a Gordes (Snowy Winter Landscape) (1930)

341.) Ellison Hoover – Washington Arch (1930)

342.) Ellison Hoover – Washington Arch in Snow (1930)

343.) Everett Warner – Panther Hollow (1930)

344.) Fern Isabel Coppedge – Canal Lock at Lumberville (1930)

345.) Fern Isabel Coppedge – Village Hillside (1930)

346.) Hayami Gyoshu – Snow (1930)

347.) John Fabian Carlson – Forest Peace (1930)

348.) John Fabian Carlson – Winter, Woodstock (1930)

349.) Jonas Lie – Frosted Trees (1930)

350.) Kazimir Malevich – Winter Landscape (1930)

351.) Lawren Harris – Isolation Peak, Rocky Mountains (1930)

352.) Lawren Harris – Mt. Lefroy (1930)

353.) Martin Lewis – Stoops in the Snow (1930)

354.) Stepan Kolesnikov – Wolf in a Snowy Landscape (1930)

355.) Valerius de Saedeleer – Winter Landscape (1930)

356.) Valerius de Saedeleer – Winter Landscape (1930)

Shoo, that was a lot! I’m going to be honest with you: it was pretty exhausting to put that one together. I’m glad I’ve only got one batch left…. Hope you enjoyed it!

[Update: Batch 4 is complete and can be viewed here. Cheers!]

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