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Moonlight River SceneNewton Fielding (1799–1856)
Watercolour on paper, 16.8 × 24.1 cm.Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection.

Moonlight River Scene
Newton Fielding (1799–1856)

Watercolour on paper, 16.8 × 24.1 cm.
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection.

“ But the romantic love has a date: arose in the Middle Ages, on the day that was decided to absorb the natural love in a feeling in a certain way supernatural, in the religious emotion such as Christianity created and precipitated in the world. […] The more love abuts adoration, the greater is the disparity between the emotion and the object, deeper, consequently, is the disappointment that the impassioned is exposed — unless it indefinitely detains itself in seeing the object through the emotion, not touching him, treating it religiously. ”

—    Henri Bergson, Les deux sources de la morale et de la religion. (via provincialdiaries)
River Scene by MoonlightAert van der Neer (Dutch, 1603–1677)
Oil on canvas, 74 x 57.5 cm.Dulwich Picture Gallery.

River Scene by Moonlight
Aert van der Neer (Dutch, 1603–1677)

Oil on canvas, 74 x 57.5 cm.
Dulwich Picture Gallery.

An English HayfieldBenjamin Williams Leader (British, 1831–1923)
Oil on canvas, 114.1 x 68.7 cm, 1878.Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

An English Hayfield
Benjamin Williams Leader (British, 1831–1923)

Oil on canvas, 114.1 x 68.7 cm, 1878.
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

Stream behind the Barn. On the Stream BankLadislav Mednyánszky (Hungarian, 1852-1919)
Oil on canvas, 50,5 x 40,5 cm, 1873-1875.Slovak National Gallery.

Stream behind the Barn. On the Stream Bank
Ladislav Mednyánszky (Hungarian, 1852-1919)

Oil on canvas, 50,5 x 40,5 cm, 1873-1875.
Slovak National Gallery.

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Johan Krouthén (Swedish, 1858-1932), Woman in a spring landscape, 1887. Canvas, 90 x 134 cm.

blastedheath:

Johan Krouthén (Swedish, 1858-1932), Woman in a spring landscape, 1887. Canvas, 90 x 134 cm.

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