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Landscape Art

A Panorama of Landscape Art at Lumas

Landscape is all about taking the wide view. It represents a desire to capture the world’s naturally occurring grandeur. It ranges from dramatic mountain peaks and violent storms to tranquil, sometimes mystical scenes that play with light.

Painted Landscape Prints

View our collection of landscape painting. Kate Shaw's vast, colorful landscapes of moutains and lake basins strike us with their bright but winter-like color schemes. Shaw depicts her scenes through a fascinating technique, in which geographical features seem almost layered, as in collage.

Scenic Black and White Landscape Prints

Our collection of black and white prints contains a wealth of stunning landscapes in many genres. Malgosia Jankowska's magical paintings present us with the "inner scenery" of the wintery forest. Inspired by fairy tales, her imaginative works explore the fantastical landscape of childhood. In his black and white landscapes the photographer Helmut Schlaiß creates incredibly dramatic landscapes. In his hands European castles and bridges nestled in lush mountains, captured in dusky and sunset lighting, take on a vintage quality.

The Urban Landscape as art

Our portfolio contains a wide array of both city and architectural themes, as well as traditional street art themes, including graffiti.

Beach Landscapes

Our summer collection contains a wealth of beach landscapes - on the ground, from the air, and in the crowd. Alison Shaw presents us with tranquil interpretations of Cape Cod shorelines. Patrick Tschuldi's fascinating photo paintings give us a whole new experience of beachgoing.

Mountain Art for Sale

Mountain art is a stunning choice for an art design concept. Shop our collection of photo art mountainscapes, and find the perfect work of art for your home or office!

Mountains in Art

Only in modern times did European artists come to see mountains as enchanting landscapes, or encounter their dauntingness with awe and wonder. Previously, the mountain signalled to viewers what it would signal to the wary traveller: a dangerous wilderness, an obstacle to be overcome or circumnavigated.

As the landscape became formalized as a tradition in modern art, mountains took on central roles in framing subject matter. In German Romanticism or British landscape painting for example, mountains came to signal dramatic visions of nature, or become part of the standard visual lexicon of painted landscape.

Some of the most well-known innovations in mountain painting came from the American Hudson River School. Inspired by European romanticism, paintings by artists like Albert Bierstadt portrayed rocky hillsides and idyllic mountains alike as opening the way to the Western frontier.

In Japanese art, the mountain landscape has figured prominently as an artistic subject. Hokusai's series of prints Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji are some of the most memorable mountainscapes in art history.

Mountain photography was pioneered by adventurers, like the mountaineer Vittorio Sella, and carried on by famous landscape photographers like Ansel Adams. Today, the photo artist Hengki Koentjoro works in the shadow of Michael Kenna, creating dramatic, monochrome portraits of the East Asian landscape.

Decorating Your Walls with Mountain Art

Mountain art comes in all shapes and sizes, and are not strictly characteristic of any single stylistic attitude or design aesthetic.

Artworks by Alex Strohl and Daniel Kordan feature the Rückenfigur - or figure seen from behind. This is the same classic motif of Caspar David Friedrich's famous mountainscape portraits, featuring solitary, windswept figures staring off of mountaintops or precipices. Such works, as well as the majestic Alpine views provided by Rudolf Rother, combine well with a decor concept which emphasizes adventure, or the mountaineering spirit. Such works are well-placed as home office artworks, or as staircase wall art, where they will have the opportunity to captivate and inspire.

Pastel art introduces soothing accents and soft colors into a decor concept. The majestic pastel mountainscapes by Kate Shaw are well-placed as part of your childrens' room art design, and would be suited to any space which could benefit from inspiring and luminous accents.

The sun rising or falling over the mountains is one of the most popular motifs of mountain-themed art. Sunset art featuring mountains is an intersection of central photographic preoccupations, like the outdoors, natural lighting, and the landscape. Atmospheric, sun-soaked works by Peter Adams are stunning as large format prints, and make a bold choice for a living room art decor.

Curated Collection of Landscape Prints

Landscape Art Prints for your Walls

We have an extensive collection of fine art prints by world-renowned artists and up-and-coming talents just starting to carve out a name for themselves. Ours is an expertly curated portfolio, ready and waiting to make an appearance on your wall at home! All of our works are produced as what are conventionally referred to as "art editions". Our Open Editions are produced on demand, without an upper limit on print numbers. A Limited Edition print, by contrast, is printed as one installation of a print run strictly limited in number. To place the seal on a Lumas Limited Edition print, the artist will sign her or his artwork, which arrives complete with a certificate of authenticity.

A Lumas print is developed as a photo print, using a combination of traditional and cutting-edge production methods. Unlike canvas prints, a Lumas print displays your artwork in high definition, preserving it with a high degree of detail, and on a material which is built to last. Our prints arrive ready to hang and mount, and can be ordered in different sizes, and framed or unframed.

Landscape prints are a particularly versatile choice of art. They are typically relied upon to "expand" a room and to open it onto a different type of scenery. Our home art guides contain a wealth of ideas for how to decorate your wall with fine art. They also contain special collections of artworks, which our curators have specially selected for each room. Explore our pages on the living room, guest room, and more, and shop art prints for your home today!

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