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Famous Autumn Paintings Created by Famous Artists

Autumn in is the full swing. As Warsaw, where I am now, is pretty gloomy and grey, I really need to look at beautiful and colorful autumn paintings created by famous artists to stay sane. From Claude Monet to David Hockney here are some of the finest portrayals of autumn.

1. Claude Monet

autumn paintings by famous artists Autumn on the Seine at Argenteuil, 1873 - Claude Monet, High Museum of Art

Claude Monet, Autumn on the Seine at Argenteuil, 1873, High Museum of Art

2. Pierre Bonnard

autumn paintings by famous artists Pierre Bonnard, Autumn View, 1912, private collection

Pierre Bonnard, Autumn View, 1912, private collection

3. Vincent van Gogh

autumn paintings by famous artists Landscape with Trees, Vincent van Gogh, 1881, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Vincent van Gogh, Landscape with Trees, 1881, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands

 

autumn paintings by famous artists Vincent van Gogh, Autumn Landscape with Four Trees, 1885, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo

Vincent van Gogh, Autumn Landscape with Four Trees, 1885, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo

4. David Hockney

 autumn paintings by famous artists David Hockney, Woldgate Woods, 2008, private collection

David Hockney, Woldgate Woods, 2008, private collection

5. Georgia o’Keefe

autumn paintings by famous artists Autumn Leaves, Georgia O'Keefe, 1924, private collection

Georgia O’Kefee, Autumn Leaves, 1924, private collection

6. Gustav Klimt

autumn paintings by famous artists Gustav Klimt, Birch Forest I, 1902, private collection

Gustav Klimt, Birch Forest I, 1902, private collection

7. Edward Hopper

autumn paintings by famous artists Edward Hopper’s, October on Cape Cod, 1946,autumn paintings created by famous artists

Edward Hopper’s, October on Cape Cod, 1946, private collection

8. Childe Hassam

autumn paintings by famous artists Childe Hassam, Autumn Boulevard, Paris, autumn paintings created by famous artists

Childe Hassam, Autumn Boulevard, Paris, private collection

9. Henri Rousseau

autumn paintings by famous artists Henri Rousseau, Eiffel Tower at Sunset, 1910 , private collection autumn paintings created by famous artists

Henri Rousseau, Eiffel Tower at Sunset, 1910, private collection

10. Paul Gauguin

autumn paintings by famous artists Paul Gauguin, Landscape in Arles near the Alyscamps, 1888, Musee d'Orsay autumn paintings created by famous artists

Paul Gauguin, Landscape in Arles near the Alyscamps, 1888, Musée d’Orsay

11. Egon Schiele

autumn paintings by famous artists Egon Schiele, Four Trees, 1917, Belvedere, Vienna autumn paintings created by famous artists

Egon Schiele, Four Trees, 1917, Belvedere, Vienna

12. Wassily Kandinsky

autumn paintings by famous artists Wassily Kandinsky, Autumn in Murnau, 1908, private collection

Wassily Kandinsky, Autumn in Murnau, 1908, private collection

13. Jean-François Millet

autumn paintings by famous artists Jean-Francois Millet, Haystacks Autumn, 1873, private collection

Jean-Francois Millet, Haystacks Autumn, 1873, private collection

14. Katsushika Hokusai

autumn paintings by famous artists Katsushika Hokusai, Peasants in autumn, XVIII-XIX cent, Guimet Museum autumn paintings created by famous artists

Katsushika Hokusai, Peasants in autumn, XVIII-XIX cent, Guimet Museum

What are your favorite The Best Landscape Paintings to Greet Autumn Autumn landscapes? Do you prefer more contemporary or classic pieces of art? Leave your suggests in the comments, they will be very helpful to us to decide what to feature in our free mobile app DailyArt (available for iOS and Android).


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