At unWined we have combined our love for painting and wine into what we glad and proudly call our business. We find ourselves continually inspired by not only wonderful wine but also brilliant and imaginative art.
The fall season has and continues to give a warm and colorful inspiration to many artists throughout history. In honor of autumn and the unique abilities it took to produce these paintings we have gathered a small collection of some of our favorites to showcase.
Autumn Effect at Argenteuil by Claude Monet (1873)
Monet painted this composition from his bateau atelier, a small boat that he had outfitted for use as a studio from 1872. In this way, he was able to paint outdoors while being protected from the elements.
Cenotaph to the Memory of Sir Joshua Reynolds by John Constable (1833-6)
This painting depicts the memorial to Sir Joshua Reynolds erected by Sir George Beaumont in the grounds of his home at Coleorton, Leicestershire; the first stone was laid on 30 October 1812. The cenotaph has inscribed on it some lines of poetry by Wordsworth, specially composed in 1811. Reynolds’ name is legible on the cenotaph; busts of Raphael and Michelangelo are at either side.
Autumn Tree by Leo Gestel (1881-1941)
L’Allee des Alyscamps, Arles by Vincent van Gogh (1888)
Les Alyscamps (or ‘L’Allée des Alyscamps’) is a pair of paintings by Van Gogh. The painting portrays an ancient Roman cemetery, “Les Alyscamps” or “Elysian Fields” which were located south east of the Roman city walls.
Autumn by Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1573)
The Scream by Edvard Munch (1893)
The Scream (Norwegian: Skrik) is the popular name given to each of four versions of a composition, created as both paintings and pastels, by the Expressionist artist Edvard Munch between 1893 and 1910. Der Schrei der Natur (The Scream of Nature) is the title Munch gave to these works, all of which show a figure with an agonized expression against a landscape with a tumultuous orange sky.
Evening at Autumn Lake by Thomas Kinkade (2015)
Evening at Autumn Lake captures that time of year when the nights become long and the world readies itself for a nap under a snowy blanket. Thom loved this season for the color it provided his palette, but also for the mood it created in the mountains he roamed as a young man.
Fall Plowing by Grant Wood (1931)
Perhaps the most notable characteristic of Wood’s landscape painting is the sensuousness of the land itself. The rolling hills ( Fall Plowing and Spring Turning) overwhelm and embrace the tiny human elements that exist; in the face of these green hills that seem to breathe and undulate…
Fallen Leaves by Isaac Brodsky (1913)
Fallen Leaves is one of the most famous works of Isaac Brodsky, yet landscapes for him were a rare occurrence. The bulk of the artist’s pictures were portraits of Soviet leaders, especially Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin.
The changing of the seasons is often captured visually by artists and provides an opportunity to analyze and enjoy an endless amount of color palates, mediums, and subjects. We were able to choose a few to showcase here but we challenge you to take to the world of art and find pieces that inspire you enough to share with others.
Being inspired by art gives us continued drive to share wonderful expression with those around us. We are humbled by the opportunity to be able to provide artistic experience through painting (and wine of course 😊).
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