Top 35 Famous Acrylic Landscape Paintings
Several popular landscape paintings have originated from various acrylic painters. It's imperative to investigate these famous artists and what made their acrylic landscape paintings so hypnotizing.
The golden sparks, rich bright colors, and profound texture gives an energetic feel to this painting. The Inward and outer light is beautiful painted.
"This is one of my favorite paintings that I have ever done and I am happy to be selling fine art giclée canvas prints. Believe it or not, creating a sunset was not my main objective. Harnessing the energy of a sunset was." - Jaison Cianelli
Clear Your Path With The Light by Ivan Grozdanovski
Clear Your Path With The Light according to Grozdanovski:
".....Painted with expressive moves.....!!!... Impressionistic style......I'm giving all best, to represent the true colors of the paintings in the photos, but sometimes you can see a little difference in tone..... I take good care of packing my art, so it comes to you in great shape."
"I wanted to depict a calm, quiet sea without the usual crashing waves. This painting is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished edges. It comes ready to hang." - Sidonie Caron
Dawn's Early Light by Allan P. Friedlander
"This landscape is an area of California, which is one of my favorite places to paint. The piece is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished black edges. It comes varnished and ready to hang." - Allan P. Friedlander
Hardstem Bulrushes by Sidonie Caron
"This piece is part of a series of large western landscapes I have been painting this summer. The piece is on a gallery wrapped canvas and the painting continues around the sides. It comes varnished and ready to hang." - Sidonie Caron
Beach Forms by Kevan Mcginty
"A quiet and meditative composition of rock, sand, sea, and sky at low tide, my favorite time for exploring the coast." - Kevan Mcginty
From Sea To Sky I by Jenn Williamson
"When starting a new painting, I use large brushes and I try not to overthink or overwork anything," Jenn says. Jenn explains of this piece, "The soft shimmers of subtle metallics dance through this painting, giving it a luxurious presence." - Jenn Williamson
In The Flow by Ruth Lague
Moderate landscape concentrating fundamentally on texture. The motivation for this piece starts from the craftsman's creative mind of a field slice through by a stream. For the color palette, Ruth drew on her movements through the southwestern United States. Painting has a thick texture made with a palette knife.
Sunset At The Vineyard by Sidonie Caron
Oregon has a lot of excellent vineyards of which this is nevertheless one.
Zen Gardener by Chris Wagner
"During a trip this summer, I had the opportunity to enjoy the Chicago Botanic Gardens, a huge expanse of land inspired by gardens around the world. One of my favorites was the Japanese Zen Garden." - Chris Wagner
Change Of Season by Patricia Fabian
"The stage is set with the changing of the season. Speckled sun dots the landscape with a play of bright colors accented with dark deep patches of shadow. This painting was painted outside in the vineyard. I used the back of my van as an easel and took in the colors of the day on canvas and the swoosh of the light wind as it rustled through the trees brushed the canvas with strokes of motion." - Patricia Fabian
Southwold Wave by Christopher Witchall
"Southwold Wave is one of a series of seascapes featuring waves crashing on to a beach. Southwold is a small coastal town on the Suffolk coast in the east of England." - Christopher Witchall
Estuary by Sidonie Caron
"An impressionistic painting in which I wanted to show the distance on the estuary from where I was standing. The view is from a hill overlooking an estuary on the coast." - Sidonie Caron
A Yellow Spot 2 by Hennie Van de Lande
"I see a misty mysterious landscape with Flowers, branches and plants, water, etc, but it's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." - Hennie Van de Lande
Above Dayton by Paul Lewing
"Dayton, Washington is in the beautiful Palouse Hills, an area of rolling hills mostly raising wheat, at the foot of the Blue Mountains. Late afternoon in the fall, time to head down into town." - Paul Lewing
Break In The Darkening Skies by Bill Kreitlow
"A break in storm clouds approaching Assateague Island created a dramatic slice of sunlight in the clouds and highlighted water below." - Bill Kreitlow
Alone Time by Laura Spring
Extra-huge moderate landscape, enormous dark sky, and bogs, or highlands. It could be seen as a seascape. The lower some portion of the work of art has a great deal of texture and silver accents.
Loch Lomond by Robert Hofherr
This emotional rendering of the acclaimed Scottish lake depends on for the most part short, rough strokes of thick paint to manufacture color and texture. The arrangement is intended to guide the watcher to the outside of the loch out yonder, which nearly sparkles as it mirrors the light from above. "Hopefully, this work captures some of the rugged beauty of the Scottish landscape," - Robert Hofherr
Belstone Tor, Dartmoor, Devon by Olga Brereton
"Beautifully sunny Dartmoor view near Belstone. Feel the freedom and the sweet moorland breeze." - Olga Brereton
Mam Tor by Ruth Lague
Landscape concentrating basically on texture and shadows. The piece started from photos of Peak District National Park in focal England. Ruth attempted to catch the unpleasant territory utilizing palette blades to fabricate texture.
Summer Moon by Kira Yustak
"The other evening, I noticed a crescent moon that was lying down on its back. This happens in the winter, or early spring, in the northern hemisphere and is so beautiful! I wanted to capture this type of scene in a painting. Something about it is serene, yet mysterious! This piece is on a gallery wrapped canvas and the painting continues around the sides." - Kira Yustak
Keep Cool Basin by Paul Lewing
"Early morning in Keep Cool Basin, an alpine area near Mt. Baker, in Washington State. Still lots of snow in the basin in early August, and on Mt. Shuksan pictured here." - Paul Lewing
Sunset Over The Tahquamenon by David Bowker
"A view upriver at sunset over a beautiful river in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula." - David Bowker
Respite by Nancy Merkle
The focal point of this composition is a solitary tree in a tremendous open country. It gives an obscure reprieve to an exhausted explorer, a spot to unwind and revive. The encompassing fields are warm and colorful. The artwork gives a snapshot of reflection in a bustling world.
Gold and Amber Wood by Amanda Horvath
"Gold and Amber Wood is informed by some lovely woods near my home. Golden light plays through beautiful leaves creating dappled shadows and sunlight. This is the most beautiful time of year in the woods the colors being at their most vibrant. An original artwork, one of a kind, this painting has been created with high-quality acrylic paints on deep edged canvas. I begin with observation of the place making notes and taking photographs to work from in the studio. I paint some base layers with a brush and then impasto techniques layer on layer applied with a palette knife, creating a contemporary painting, which lies somewhere between abstraction and realism." - Amanda Horvath
Very bright but very breezy by Gordon Hunt
"A winter walk on the beach, in the bright sunshine. The winter sun sparkles on the water. The fierce wind whips up the waves into a frenzy." - Gordon Hunt
Pacific Wonderland by Ann Marie Coolick
"Heavily textured painting inspired by the mountains and pine trees of the Pacific Northwest" - Ann Marie Coolick
Beachfun in the late summer by Wim van de Wege
"A new series of sea and beach scenes from the Zeeland beaches in the Netherlands in a special sketchy, expressionistic and colorful style." - Wim van de Wege
Colorful port by Kovács Anna Brigitta
"I love landscapes, still life, nature, and wildlife, lights and shadows, colorful sight. These things inspired me and appeared in many of my artworks." - Kovács Anna Brigitta
Last Stand by Loretta Kaltenhauser
"Last Stand is an abstract landscape depicting my love for peace, solitude and open spaces. I've added an old, abandoned gas station as I enjoy a touch of realism in my abstract scenes. I use many layers and textures which are enhanced and change when viewing this piece at various stages of day and light." - Loretta Kaltenhauser
Mountains of Alaska by Anne Shaughnessy
"I tried to capture the surrealness of the many layers of mountains. A lone cabin stands amidst this natural wonder." - Anne Shaughnessy
The Wave (L'Onda) by Genya Gritchin
"This large painting was inspired by 18th and 19th-century Japanese wood engravings. The very famous wave of Hokusai where he depicted a wave in a very beautiful manner and I would like to create something similar in my vision. This painting will look stunning in a minimalistic or contemporary setting and is a perfect decorative element for someone who loves the power of the natural world. It was painted in May 2019 and was done in acrylic paints which I prepare from mineral pigments in the studio." - Genya Gritchin
McArthur Shore, Codroy Valley by Carol Loeb
"This is the view my mother had as a child growing up in Newfoundland. What a beautiful spot. Thick impasto brushwork creates a textured surface. Three layers of varnish applied. Work comes unframed and comes with a certificate of authenticity." - Carol Loeb
Double Arch Cairn by Garry McMichael
"The Double Arch in Arches National Park may be one of my favorite places. Seeing the two arches together is an artist’s delight, and to find a cairn made by a previous visitor was like frosting on a cake. Cairns, Stones, and rocks, in the form of still-lifes, and rock-strewn landscapes in my most recent series of paintings. The inspiration to work with rocks comes from visits to the Lake Superior North Shore in Minnesota and western trip to Utah’s and Arizona’s Red Rock country where I would come across these beautiful “Cairns”, rocks stacked on top of each other, created and left behind by other creative rock lovers. I like to think many of my cairn paintings as collaborations with strangers I’ve never met." - Garry McMichael
The Trench by Law Blank
"My dreams influence my storytelling in paintings quite often. It is one of the main sources of material for my series Reconnecting Time and Memory. Oftentimes, I am not quite sure whether I am remembering a dream or something that actually happened. That is not the case for this painting. The imagery came to me in a dream and it holds a certain tension, as well as a certain calmness. This juxtaposition of image and emotion keeps it in the realm of the dream but touches on the visceral disconnect created as a child of divorce. Mind you, divorce back in the 1970s was a far more scandalous notion that today, where it is expected. Divorce, regardless, creates an invisible barrier, a divide...or in this case a trench in one's heart and emotional well-being. Too many children have this as a core memory, rather than simply building castles in the sand." - Law Blank
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