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7 April 2020

Landslides in Art Part 32: The Jungle Book

In the 2016 Walt Disney film The Jungle Book, the main character (Mowgli) gets caught in a large landslide triggered by heavy rainfall.

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1 April 2016

Landslides in Art Part 25: Richard Humphrey

This 25th edition of the Landslides in Art series features Morning at Bluff Cove by the Californian landscape artist Richard Humphrey

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6 January 2016

Landslides in Art Part 24 – Mary Buckland

In the latest installment in the Landslides in Art Series, I examine the engravings of the Bindon landslide by Mary Buckland

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17 July 2015

Landslides in Art Part 23: Marzia Colonna

Part 23 of the Landslides in Art series looks at a piece entitled Rockfall at Burton Bradstock by Dorset based artists Marzia Colonna

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5 November 2013

Landslides in Art Part 19: Geoff Townson

Geoff Townson is an artist who is also a trained geologist based in Dorset, England, so it is unsurprising that much of his work features landslides

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27 May 2013

Landslides in Art Part 18: Elena Damiani

The latest edition of the Landslides in Art series, featuring the work of Peruvian-born artist Elena Damiani

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20 September 2010

Landslides in Art Part 7 – Jennifer Williams

Regular readers will know that I occasionally highlight a piece of art featuring landslides.  This is usually a piece of visual art (such as this and this), but occasionally it is a song or even an installation.  This time I thought I’d feature a piece of art by the American artist Jennifer Williams, who paints environmentally-orientated pieces using acrylic on birch panels.  Jennifer works mostly in the Pacific Northwest, where …

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