Views Of Rivers From The Middle Of The Rivers


Where do artists stand when they do these paintings? (On a bridge, perhaps, or waist-deep in water.)

Tom Who Was Rachel by J.M. Whitfeld illustrated in colour by N. Tenison 1911 Ned was standing on a rock in the middle of the creek.
Ferdinand Richardt - View of the Mississippi
Ferdinand Richardt – View of the Mississippi
1919 The Backwater, Paul Nash, UK
Louis Aston Knight - Summer Afternoon, Normandy
Louis Aston Knight – Summer Afternoon, Normandy
Konstantin Yakovlevich Kryzhitsky (1858-1911) Winter landscape, 1907
Walter Farndon (USA, 1876-1964) Safe Harbor
Henri Le Sidaner (French, 1862-1939) Canal With White House, Harfleur, 1915
Henri Le Sidaner (1862-1939) The canal in spring, 1912
Henri Eugene Augustin Le Sidaner (1862 – 1939) The Canal, Snow, 1901
LADY FILMY FERN or The Voyage of the Window Box (early 1930s and 1980) Edward Bawden
Harris Burdick by Chris Van Allsburg
Walter Emerson, Baum, Prelude To Spring
Max Clarenbach (1880 - 1952) Winter an der Erft
Max Clarenbach (1880 – 1952) Winter an der Erft
C.F. Tunnicliffe for What To Look For In Autumn (Ladybird) kingfisher
C.F. Tunnicliffe for What To Look For In Autumn (Ladybird) kingfisher
River with Pollard Willows by Joséphine Bowes, oil on canvas, c. 1860
L'Allée d'Eau (Alley of Water), Charles-Victor Guilloux, watercolour, 1892
L’Allée d’Eau (Alley of Water), Charles-Victor Guilloux, watercolour, 1892
L’Allée d’eau (Alley of Water), Charles Victor Guilloux, oil on canvas, 1895
Chiang Yee (1903 - 1977) The Silent Traveller In Dublin 1953
Chiang Yee (1903 – 1977) The Silent Traveller In Dublin 1953
Harris Burdick by Chris Van Allsburg