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3 January 2021
Landslides in Art Part 34: Landslide (Bergsturz) from Intermezzi, Opus IV an etching by Max Klinger produced in 1881
11 June 2020
Landslides in Art Part 33: Vue du vallon entre le Rossberg e le Rigi apres la terrible catastrophe du 2e Septembre 1806
Landslides in Art part 33: Vue du vallon entre le Rossberg e le Rigi apres la terrible catastrophe du 2e Septembre 1806 by Gaspar Rahn, which depicts the Goldau landslide in Switzerland.
18 September 2019
Landslides in Art Part 30: “Doing the Electric Landslide”, an oil painting by Erica Putis, part of her Man Made Destruction series
11 June 2017
Landslides in Art Part 29: a beautiful Victorian view of the famous Black Ven landslide complex in Dorset, southern England
1 April 2016
This 25th edition of the Landslides in Art series features Morning at Bluff Cove by the Californian landscape artist Richard Humphrey
5 November 2013
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
26 June 2012
Part 13 of my series featuring landslides as depicted in art. This edition features three pieces by Janice Wright
3 February 2011
The latest edition of landslides in art, this time featuring a painting by the Italian artist Raimondo Motta.
3 March 2010
I apologise for the lack of posts of late. I am currently in Pakistan to visit the Attabad landslide, courtesy of FOCUS Pakistan. I will post on that soon, and of course there has been a great deal happening in the landslide world whilst I have been in the field. Anyway, this is the latest in my series on landslides in art. The previous parts can be found here:Part 1Part …
10 December 2009
This is the latest in my occasional series on the depiction of landslides in art. The previous parts of this series are here:Part 1Part 2 Today I turn to a classic painting from the 19th Century, painted by Lord Frederic Leighton, entitled “On the Coast, Isle of Wight”: This oil sketch, which hangs in the National Gallery in London, shows a stretch of the Isle of Wight coastline in southern …