mjj (flemmings) wrote,

Imaginary landscapes from reality

Online representations of the paintings found in this entry of First Known When Lost change the colours, so I shall link to it directly.

The garden picture looks like archetypal March in Toronto, as might be expected of an English landscape, except that the present February is looking exactly the same. Beslyn's Pond looks like Tokyo, and also like archetypal November here. Stephen Pentz is on a roll with his pictures: thanks to him I've discovered James McIntosh Patrick and Karl Hagedorn.
Tags: art, japan, place

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