Primavera, Alois Arnegger
I don’t know about you, but I could use a bit of Spring right about now, even if it’s only in the form of a painting.
Austrian painter Alois Arnegger, who was active in the early 19th century, invites us to walk into an idyllic spring day, rich with textural brushwork and spattered suggestions of blossoms.
I don’t know anything official about this painting, like its size or location, though I assume it’s oil on canvas. I found this image in a post of various art images on a Russian blog (scroll down) published under the name of “marylai”, (large image here).
Link: Primavera on Russian blog (large image here)
3 Replies to “Eye Candy for Today: Alois Arnegger spring landscape”
they are very beautiful!
Early 29th century?
He did a marvelous job on the cherry blossoms, I’ve tried painting that and it’s very easy to overdo.
Corrected. Thanks, Tim. Yes, flowering trees are a challenge.
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