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‘The sky is the daily bread of the eyes.’

Ralph Waldo Emerson

The 17th century had witnessed many events of great importance for painting; one of them was establishing landscape as an independent genre. Mutual interplay between land and sky has inspired many Dutch painters, who created images with a more and more lowered vanishing point. In the following centuries this tendency was continued and enriched by influence of Japanese woodcuts.

Henry David Thoreau wrote: ‘Thank God men cannot fly, and lay waste the sky as well as the earth.’ How many times we let go of our thoughts and just look into the sky?




 
Poble Nou 5
30 by 30cm. (12' x 12')
Archival Digital print,
by Julian Thomas - more artworks, artist's CV
£ 260
 
  
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