The Surprisingly Interesting History of Winter Landscape Painting, Pt. 4/4: 1930-2020

Phew! I’m finally “finished”. I hope you enjoyed parts 12, 3. I’m actually continuing to update those earlier sections with some new discoveries, but I’m basically done. I hope you enjoy this last section. It was a bit of a challenge—mainly because there’s so much art being made these days but it’s not organized into clear-cut movements the way it was more so in the past. The styles are really all over the map, and I’m sure I’ve only scratched the surface. As last time, I’m going to go ahead and repost most of my introduction from the first post providing some background for the 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, at last, is the final batch, with paintings spanning ~1930-2020:

1.) Aldro Hibbard – Vermont Winter Scene (1930s?)

2.) Fern Isabel Coppedge – Lumberville in Winter (1930s?)

3.) Rockwell Kent – Seal Hunters (1930s?)

4.) Stanley Francis Turner – Heavy Snow (1930s?)

5.) Stanley Francis Turner – Timber Line (1930s?)

6.) Valerius de Saedeleer and Roger Hebbelinck – Snow Scene with Farmhouse (1930s?)

7.) Valerius de Saedeleer and Roger Hebbelinck – Village Under Snow I (1930s?)

8.) Harald Pryn – Driveway to Fredriksdal (The Approach to Fredriksdal) (1930s/40s?)

9.) Harald Pryn – Water Reflections (1930s/40s?)

10.) Anna Boberg – Vintermotiv från Lofoten (1931)

11.) Colin Campbell Cooper – Central Park (1931)

12.) Franz Sedlacek – Winter Landscape (1931)

13.) Konstantin Gorbatov – Evening in a Russian Village (1931)

14.) Mstislav Dobuzhinsky – Kaunas Houses at Daukanto Street (1931)

15.) Rockwell Kent – Greenland Coast (1931)

16.) Valerius de Saedeleer – Winter Landscape (Winter in Flanders?) (1931)

17.) Ohara Koson – Geese in Snowstorm (1931-2)

18.) Rockwell Kent – November, Greenland (1931-3)

19.) A. Y. Jackson – Laurentian Hills (1932)

20.) George William Sotter – Silent Night (1932)

21.) Joseph Maria Pilartz – Winter (1932)

22.) Martin Lewis – Which Way? (1932)

23.) Peder Mørk Mønsted – Winter Scenery with a Walking Woman in Sunshine (1932)

24.) Sulho Sipilä – Skridskobanan (The Ice Rink) (1932)

25.) A. Y. Jackson – Winter Morning, Charlevoix County (1933)

26.) Charles E. Burchfield – Ice Glare (1933)

27.) F. H. Varley – Moonlight at Lynn (1933)

28.) Franklin Carmichael – Bisset Farm (1933)

29.) Georgia O’Keeffe – Barn with Snow (1933)

30.) Ohara Koson – An Eagle in a Snowstorm (1933)

31.) Rockwell Kent – Early November, North Greenland (1933)

32.) Rockwell Kent – Eskimos (1933)

33.) Dacre F. Boulton Winter (1933-4)

34.) E. Martin Hennings Homeward Bound (1933-4)

35.) Agnes Tait Skating in Central Park (1934)

36.) Aldro Hibbard West River, Vermont (1934)

37.) Cecil Chichester Mid-Hudson Bridge, Winter (1934)

38.) Harry Skokler Waterfront — Brooklyn (1934)

39.) David Abbey Paige – Sunrise After a Long Winter Night (1934)

40.) Konstantin Gorbatov A Winter’s Day (1934)

41.) Martin Lewis – Snowstorm, Danbury, Connecticut (1934)

42.) A. Y. Jackson – Valley of the Gouffre River (1935)

43.) Clarence Gagnon – First Snow, October, Dalen (1935)

44.) Horace Pippin – Country Doctor (1935)

45.) James McIntosh Patrick – Winter in Angus (1935)

46.) N. C. Wyeth – Fox in Winter (1935)

47.) Otto Dix – Randegg in the Snow with Ravens (1935)

48.) Valerius de Saedeleer – View of Tiegem in Winter (1935)

49.) Ernest Fiene – Winter Day, Pittsburgh (1935-6)

50.) Rockwell Kent – Iceberg; Sledge Dogs, Greenland (1935-7)

51.) Rockwell Kent – May, North Greenland (1935-7)

52.) Horace Pippin – Dog Fight over the Trenches (1935-9)

53.) Ernest Fiene – The Lucy Plant, Carnegie Steel (1936)

54.) Hasui Kawase – Saishoin Temple in Snow, Hirosaki (1936)

55.) James McIntosh Patrick – The Ettrick Shepherd (1936)

56.) James McIntosh Patrick – Sidlaw Village, Winter (1936)

57.) Ernest Fiene – Coal Breaker, Pennsylvania (1936?)

58.) Antanas Žmuidzinavičius – Early Snow (1937)

59.) Jenne MagafanThe Windmill (1937)

60.) A. J. Casson – Winter in the Village (1938)

61.) Charles E. Burchfield – End of the Day (1938)

62.) Everett Warner – Snow and Steam (1938)

63.) Fern Isabel Coppedge – The Road to Lumberville (1938)

64.) Chiura Obata – A Snow Storm Nearing Yosemite Park Government Center (1939)

65.) Ernest Fiene – Night Shift (1939)

66.) Everett Warner – Winter Morning (1939)

67.) Frank Johnston – Mining Camp at Great Bear Lake (1939)

68.) George Ault – Where the Road Turns (1939)

69.) Horace Pippin – The Getaway (1939)

70.) John Arthur Malcolm Aldridge – Winter Table (1939)

71.) Aldro Hibbard – Rockport in Winter (1940)

72.) Ellison Hoover – Returning Home – Winter (1940)

73.) Everett Warner – As the Sparks Fly Upward (1940)

74.) George Ault – The Ricks Barn, Woodstock (1940)

75.) Grant Wood – February (1940)

76.) Igor Grabar – Birch Alley (1940)

77.) Leland S. Curtis – US Antarctic Expedition (1940)

78.) Maxfield Parrish – Winter Night (1940)

79.) Takeuchi Seiho – Bear in Snow (1940)

80.) Grant Wood – January (1940-1)

81.) Achiel van Sassenbrouck – Draught Horses in the Snow (1940s?)

82.) John Philip Falter – Waiting for School Bus in Snow (1940s?)

83.) Rowland Hilder – Winter Landscape (1940s/50s?)

84.) Theodore Major – Dark Sky at Wigan (1940s/50s?)

85.) Aleksandr Deyneka – Outskirts of Moscow, November, 1941 (1941?)

86.) F. Usipenko – Enemy Has Been Stopped (1941)

87.) Horace Pippin – Maple Sugar Season (1941)

88.) Mikhail Kupriyanov, Porfiri Krylov, Nickolai Sokolov – Moscow Road (1941)

89.) N. C. Wyeth – Crows in Winter (1941)

90.) Yaroslav Nikolaev – Leningrad. Winter, 1941-1942. Bread Line (1941-2)

91.) Andrew Wyeth – Winter Corn Fields (1942)

92.) Fern Isabel Coppedge – Creek Bridge Snow (1942)

93.) Louis Dewis – Snow in Biarritz (1942)

94.) Maxfield Parrish – Moonlit Night, Winter (1942)

95.) Andrew Wyeth – My Mother’s Birthplace (1943)

96.) George Ault – The Hunter’s Return (1943)

97.) George Ault – Daylight at Russell’s Corners (1944)

98.) Marc Chagall – The Crucified (1944)

99.) Maxfield Parrish – Moonlight – Deep Snow (1944)

100.) Pyotr Krivonogov – Korsun-Shevchenko’s Battle (1944)

101.) Rockwell Kent – Polar Expedition (1944)

102.) Mikhail Kupriyanov, Porfiri Krylov, Nickolai Sokolov – The Flight of Occupants from Novgorod (1944-6)

103.) Boris Nikolaev – Spring, 1945 (1945)

104.) Charles E. Burchfield – A Day in Midwinter (1945)

105.) Dudley Holland – Winter Morning (1945)

106.) Grandma Moses – Early Springtime on the Farm (1945)

107.) Konstantin Gorbatov – Through the Window in Winter (Coffee by the Window) (1945)

108.) George Ault – Brook in the Mountains (1945)

109.) George William Sotter – Moonlight Over Holicong Studio (1945)

110.) George William Sotter – Night’s Solitude (1945)

111.) Gustaf Fjaestad – Midwinter (1945)

112.) L. S. Lowry – Industrial City (1945-8)

113.) A. J. Casson – Late Flurry (1946)

114.) Alex Colville – Infantry, Near Nijmegen, Holland (1946?)

115.) Andrew Wyeth – Winter (1946)

116.) George Ault – Festus Yayple and His Oxen (1946)

117.) Georgia O’Keeffe – Bare Tree Trunks with Snow (1946)

118.) Grandma Moses – Out for Christmas Trees (1946)

119.) Robert Henderson Blyth – Self-Portrait as Soldier in Trenches (Sub-titled “Existence Precarious”) (1946?)

120.) Ruskin Spear – Snow Scene (1946)

121.) A. J. Casson – Early Snow (1947)

122.) John Arthur Malcolm Aldridge – Winter (1947)

123.) Rene Magritte – The Domain of Arnheim (1947)

124.) Gilbert Spencer – Winter Scene at Upper Basildon (1948)

125.) Grandma Moses – The Mailman Has Gone (1949)

126.) Keith Vaughan – Winter Landscape (1949)

127.) Maxfield Parrish – Winter Sunrise (1949)

128.) Charles E. Burchfield – Early Spring Sunlight (1950)

129.) John Atherton – Landscape in Winter (1950)

130.) Nisaburo Ito – Ninnaji Temple Gate in Snow (1950)

131.) Wilhelmina Barns-Graham – Glacier (Blue Cave) (1950)

132.) Charles E. Burchfield – Winter Diamonds (1950-60)

133.) Charles E. Burchfield – Retreat of Winter (1950-64)

134.) A. J. Casson – Farmhouse, March Day (1950s?)

135.) Edward Brian Seago – Winter Landscape, Norfolk (1950s?)

136.) Colin Gard Allen – Trees in Snow (1950s/60s?)

137.) Colin Gard Allen – Winter in Port Talbot (1950s/60s?)

138.) Colin Gard Allen – Winter Scene (1950s/60s?)

139.) Henry Martin Gasser – Backyards in Winter (1950s/60s?)

140.) Henry Martin Gasser – Flat to Let (1950s/60s?)

141.) Henry Martin Gasser – Highway Diner (1950s/60s?)

142.) Henry Martin Gasser – New England Evening in Winter (1950s/60s?)

143.) Henry Martin Gasser – Snow Along the Waterfront (1950s/60s?)

144.) Charles E. Burchfield – Winter Moonlight (1951)

145.) E. A. Korneev – The Siege of Leningrad, World War II (1951)

146.) Nat Youngblood – Heading for the Slopes (1951)

147.) Alan Reynolds – The Village, Winter (1952)

148.) Gottardo Segantini – Winter Landscape (1952)

149.) Emil Johanson-Thor – Vinterdag vid ödekyrkan, Hven (1953)

150.) Peter Lanyon – Winter Landscape, Anticoli Corrado (1953)

151.) A. J. Casson – Algonquin Provincial Park (1954)

152.) Charles E. Burchfield – Oncoming Spring (1954)

153.) Georgia O’KeeffeWinter Cottonwoods East V, 1954 (1954)

154.) Maxfield Parrish – White Birches, Winter (1955)

155.) William C. Palmer – The Last Snow (1956)

156.) Maxfield Parrish – Winter Night Landscape (Two Tall Pines) (1956-8)

157.) A. J. Casson – March Morning (1957)

158.) Alan Reynolds – Winter Legend (1957)

159.) Charles E. Burchfield – Street Vista in Winter (1957-60)

160.) A. J. Casson – Snow Flurries (1958)

161.) A. Y. Jackson – Road Near Eganville (1958)

162.) Alex Colville – Hound in Field (1958)

163.) Andrew Wyeth – Thawing (1958)

164.) Grandma Moses – Turkeys (1958)

165.) Joan Eardley – Snow (1958)

166.) William Kurelek – King of the Castle (1958-9)

167.) Andrew Wyeth – First Snow (1959)

168.) Charles E. Burchfield – December Moonrise (1959)

169.) Edward Muegge “Buck” Schiwetz – Winter in I.A.B. Field, West, Texas, 1959 (1959)

170.) John Philip Falter – Snowy Ambush, Saturday Evening Post Cover (1959)

171.) Norman Rockwell – Deadman’s Hill (1959)

172.) Charles E. Burchfield – Arctic Owl and Winter Moon (1960)

173.) Charles E. Burchfield – Winter Sunburst (1960)

174.) Rockwell Kent – Au Sable River, Winter, Adirondacks (1960)

175.) Rockwell Kent – Moonlight in the Adirondacks (1960)

176.) Rockwell Kent – Red Evening, Sunset, Asgaard (1960)

177.) Folmer Bendtsen – Figure in Street (1960s?)

178.) Folmer Bendtsen – View From a Harbour (1960s?)

179.) Folmer Bendtsen – Winter Day With Figures (1960s?)

180.) Folmer Bendtsen – Winter Yard (1960s?)

181.) Kayama Matazo – Frozen Forest (1960s/70s?)

182.) Kayama Matazo – Winter (1960s/70s?)

183.) Kayama Matazo – Winter Landscape (1960s/70s?)

184.) Andrew Wyeth – The Granary (1961)

185.) John Philip Falter – Swell Ride Down, Saturday Evening Post Cover (1961)

186.) Lynton Lamb – Winter Landscape (1962)

187.) Rene Magritte – The Domain of Arnheim (1962)

188.) William Kurelek – Wintertime North of Winnipeg (1962)

189.) Pablo Picasso – Landscape in Mougins (1962-3)

190.) Joan Eardley – Catterline in Winter (1963)

191.) John Arthur Malcolm Aldridge – Bridge, February (1963)

192.) Thomas Hart Benton – Father Hennepin and the Discovery of Niagara Falls (1963)

193.) William Kurelek – Despondency (1963)

194.) Alex Colville – Skater (1964)

195.) Igor A. Popov – Our Courtyard (1964)

196.) Peter Blume – Winter (detail) (1964)

197.) Thomas Hart Benton – Trail Riders (1964-5)

198.) Jacques Hnizdovsky – Winter Landscape (1965)

199.) Albert Franck – Back of Glasgow Street (1966)

200.) Dmitry Maevsky – Dusk Is Falling (1966)

201.) William Kurelek – Prairie Town in Winter (1966)

202.) John Nash – Winter Evening, Wormingford (1967)

203.) Kiyoshi Saito – Winter in Tsuruga-jyo Aizu Wakamatsu (1967)

204.) Mijo Kovačić – Swineherd (1967)

205.) William Kurelek – Home on the Range (1967)

206.) William Kurelek – Untitled (Child With Feed in Winter) (1967)

207.) Will Barnet – Silent Seasons — Winter (1968)

208.) William Kurelek – Reminiscences of Youth (1968)

209.) Andrew Wyeth – Ice Pool (1969)

210.) Folmer Bendtsen – Street Scenery, Winter (1969)

211.) Nikolai Timkov – Russian Winter. Hoarfrost (1969)

212.) Nikolai Timkov – Winter (1969)

213.) Anselm Kiefer – Winter Landscape (1970)

214.) John Pike – Overlook Mountain (1970)

215.) Andrei Mylnikov – In Winter (?) (1970s?)

216.) Brian Shields (Braaq) – Winter Scene with Figures in a Northern Industrial Town (1970s?)

217.) John Kasyn – Back Yard on a Winter Day (1970s?)

218.) John Kasyn – View from Heward Street Lane (1970s?)

219.) Kiyoshi Saito – Winter in Aizu (50) (1970s?)

220.) Ray Hendershot – Working Late (1970s?)

221.) Severino Baraldi – Richard Chancellor’s Expedition (1970s?)

222.) William Thon – Deep Winter (1970s?)

223.) William Kurelek – Skating on the Bog Ditch (1971)

224.) William Kurelek – Balsam Avenue After Heavy Snowfall (1972)

225.) William Kurelek – A Ukrainian Canadian Prairie Tragedy (1974)

226.) Victoria Crowe – Large Tree Group (1975)

227.) Andrew Wyeth – Fence Line (1976)

228.) Anselm Kiefer – Varus (1976)

229.) Brian Shields (Braaq) – 5pm at Widness, 1976 (1976)

230.) Brian Shields (Braaq) – Industrial Landscape with Figures Before Factories and Houses and Viaduct Beyond (1976)

231.) Charles Saxon – New Yorker January 12th, 1976 (1976)

232.) Eyvind Earle – Blue Barn and Tree Snow (1976)

234.) Eyvind Earle – Red Barn and Tree Snow (1976)

235.) Kitaoka Fumio – Sai River in the Snow (1977)

236.) William Kurelek – Piotr Jarosz (1977)

237.) Brian Shields (Braaq) – Children Playing in the Snow (1978)

238.) Alex Colville – Main Street (1979)

239.) Robert Singletary – Snow on the Chesapeake Bay (1979)

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240.) Eva Holmér Edling – Floating in Space (1980s?)

241.) Gernot Rasenberger – Winter Landscape (1980s/90s?)

242.) Hubert Roestenburg – Winter in Vienna (1980s/90s?)

243.) Ken Howard – Snowfall, Venice 7.30am (1980s/90s?)

244.) Eyvind Earle – Winter (1981)

245.) Victoria Crowe – December 25th, 1981 (1981)

246.) Andrew Wyeth – Moon Madness (1982)

247.) Gibson Byrd – Country Road in Winter (1984)

248.) Richard Constable – Winter (1985)

249.) Romare Bearden – Winter (Time of the Hawk) (1985)

250.) Alex Colville – Two works: Koln Express #VII/XXIV (1986)

251.) Roy Henry Vickers – Skeena Crossing (1986)

252.) Chu Teh-Chun – Printemps Hivernal (1986-7)

253.) Andrew Wyeth – Crescent (1987)

254.) Barbara Rae – West Highland Landscape (1988?)

255.) Andrew Wyeth – Self Portrait: Snow Hill (1989)

256.) William Thon – Maine Winter (1990)

257.) Lennart Frisk – Running in the Snow (Hare in Winter Landscape) (1990s?)

258.) Simon Palmer – Pennine Railway (1990s?)

259.) Yaroslav Zyablov – Icy Stream (1990s?)

260.) Yaroslav Zyablov – The Birch Grove (1990s/2000s?)

261.) Alex Colville – Traveller (1992)

262.) Helen Frankenthaler – Maelstrom (1992)

263.) Kiyoshi Saito – Winter in Aizu (103) (1993)

264.) Peter Doig – Blotter (1993)

265.) Andrew Wyeth – Breakup (1994)

266.) Eyvind Earle – Yosemite (1994)

267.) Kiyoshi Saito – Winter in Aizu (106) (1994)

268.) Peter Poskas – Approaching Snow Squalls, Parmalee Farm (1994)

269.) Alex Colville – Coyotes and Alders (1995)

270.) Bogomir Bogdanovic – Winter in New York (1996)

271.) Jamie Wyeth – Ravens in Winter (1996)

272.) Jamie Wyeth – The Thief (1996)

273.) Peter Doig – Reflection (What Does Your Soul Look Like?) (1996)

274.) William Thon – The Birches (1996)

275.) Gordon Louis Mortensen – Minnesota Sumac (1997)

276.) Peter Doig – Reflection (1997)

277.) Peter Booth – Untitled (1999)

278.) Ray Morimura – Houses in Tamugimata (1999)

279.) Duncan MacGregor – The Lone Tree (2000s?)

280.) Mikhail Georgievich Abakumov – Heavenly Souls (2000s?)

281.) Victoria Crowe – Winter Garden (2000s?)

282.) Tobias Baanders – Cor de Weerman (2003)

283.) Yaroslav Zyablov – December (2003)

284.) Ray Morimura – Kinkakuji (2004)

285.) Yaroslav Zyablov – Rowan Tree (2004)

286.) Nori Shimizu – Snowscape of Mt. Asama (2005)

287.) Simon Palmer – Delivering Some Relatively Good News (2005)

288.) Valentina Solovieva – Silence (Recollection) (2005)

289.) Yayoi Kusama – The Passing Winter (detail) (2005)

290.) Julie Mehretu – Transients (2006)

291.) Alexander Kosnichev – At Sysoi (2007)

292.) Frances Walker – Winter in Achnasoul Wood (2007)

293.) Frances Walker – Winter in Achnasoul Wood 2 (2007)

294.) Charles Brindley – Winter Landscape at New Market (2008)

295.) David Hockney – Winter Road near Kilham (2008)

296.) Mikhail Georgievich Abakumov – Screaming Spring (2008)

297.) David Gentleman – Primrose Hill (2009)

298.) Dmitry Kustanovich – From series “Walks along the Quay of Lieutenant Shmidt in Winter” (2009)

299.) Inka Essenhigh – Snowflake (Pink) (2009)

300.) Ørnulf Opdahl – Fjordlandskap (2009)

301.) Ray Morimura – Kanju-ji In Snow (2009)

302.) Anselm Kiefer – Winter Forest (2010)

303.) Brian Stauffer – Whiteout (March 1, 2010 – New Yorker)

304.) Dmitry Kustanovich – A Traveler with a Dog (2010)

305.) Seppo Tamminen – Early Spring (2010)

306.) Christine Henehan – Winter Clothesline (2010s?)

307.) David Grossman – At Dusk in the Winter (2010s?)

308.) David Grossman – In the Snow and Shadow (2010s?)

309.) David Grossman – Stained Glass Sky (2010s?)

310.) Emma Haworth – As Night Falls (2010s?)

311.) Emma Haworth – I Carry You in My Heart (2010s?)

312.) Emma Haworth – Midnight Wood (2010s?)

313.) Emma Haworth – Moonlit Park (2010s?)

314.) Emma Haworth – Snowy Wood (2010s?)

315.) Emma Haworth – Winter Woodland (2010s?)

316.) Gerard (Peter) Jemison – Crystaline (2010s?)

317.) Lachlan Goudie – The Canadas (2010s?)

318.) Lachlan Goudie – The Free Northwesterners (2010s?)

319.) Marion Rose – Winter’s Promise (2010s?)

320.) Mark Edwards – Under the Bridge (2010s?)

321.) Mark Edwards – Waiting for the Others (2010s?)

322.) Mark Edwards – Watching Two Trains Pass (2010s?)

323.) Ørnulf Opdahl – Arctic Night (2010s?)

324.) Peter Fiore – Winter Afterglow (2010s?)

325.) Peter Fiore – Winter Evening (2010s?)

326.) William Hays – Ice Dawn (2010s?)

327.) Z. Z. Wei – Winter Shadows II (?) (2010s?)

328.) Thu Nguyen – Late Afternoon Sun (2011?)

329.) Victoria Crowe – Blue Snow, Fiery Trees (2011)

330.) Maggie Rowe – Cows in a Snowstorm (2012)

331.) Maggie Rowe – Cotswold: Winter Scene (2012)

332.) Eugene Ivanov – Winter Evening (2013)

333.) Linda Brown – Footsteps #14 (2013)

334.) Vladimir Shinkarev – Night on Msta (2013)

335.) Vladimir Shinkarev – Tarkhovka in Winter (2013)

336.) Aron Wiesenfeld – The Return (2014)

337.) David Cerulli – Stormy Weather (2014)

338.) Harry Robertson – Winter Scene in North Wales (2014)

339.) Tom Heflin – From My Window (2014)

340.) Hannah Woodman Fading Winter Light (2015)

341.) Ørnulf Opdahl – Skjoldungen (2015)

342.) Dmitry Kustanovich – Bullfinches (2016)

343.) Meghann Riepenhoff – Littoral Drift #417 (South Beach, Lake Michigan, Sheboygan, WI […]) (2016)

344.) Thomas Pollart – Winslow Homer’s 1893 “The Fox Hunt,” revisited 2016 (2016)

345.) Vitaly Makarov – Winter in the English Park (2016)

346.) Dmitry Kustanovich – Winter Sketch (2017)

347.) Eugene Ivanov – Winter (2017)

348.) Aron Wiesenfeld – Playground (2018)

349.) Lorna Simpson – Darkened (2018)

350.) Sarah Spencer – Winter, Emley Marshes (2018)

351.) Victoria Crowe – How the Snow Fell (2018)

352.) Aron Wiesenfeld – A Late Arrival (2019)

353.) Dmitry Kustanovich – Full Moon (2019)

354.) Lorna Simpson – Blue Turned Temporal (2019)

355.) Ørnulf Opdahl – Magdalena Fjord, Svalbard (2019)

356.) Ørnulf Opdahl – Solitude (2019)

357.) Pedro de Elizalde – Cerro Torre Argentina Study (2019)

358.) Dmitry Kustanovich – Frosty Morning (2020)

359.) Javad Soleimanpour – Untitled (2020)

Welp, that’s all folks! Hope you enjoyed this bizarre little window into the history of western art. It’s fascinating stuff in my book. That said, I think I’m done with winter for awhile. Cheers!

One thought on “The Surprisingly Interesting History of Winter Landscape Painting, Pt. 4/4: 1930-2020

  1. I would need hours to go through all of this but I did notice at least one from The Group of Seven which I had the opportunity to see at the McMichael when I was in Toronto a decade ago. My all time favorite for winter paintings come from Pieter Bruegel the Younger.

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