Wide open spaces: landscape art to take you away


Alpine Glow in the Valley by Ariel Lee

If, like us, you’re wistfully eyeing other folks equatorial vacations on your Instagram feed while cramming onto a crowded subway car in your parka, take comfort in a couple things. First, you’re in good company. Second, air travel tries a little harder to be traumatizing this time of year. And most importantly, great art is your direct route to a mini getaway. Look no further than our limited-edition landscapes for a psychic segue.

Landscape art will take you places: the Scottish coastline, Canyon de Chelly, Iceland, LA, Mount Fuji, even the Moon. Hang a statement-sized piece over your couch, kick back, and let it totally transport you. Collect a variety of vistas for a wanderlusty salon-style arrangement. Or (pro tip) hang a landscape by your desk so you can better disassociate during your next interminable conference call. Ahh, art. Your one-way ticket to a better day.

 
Downtown Succulents by Lindsey Warren

The Tetons, Snake River by Ansel Adams


Stog siena by Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii

 
The Fall by Negar Ahkami

Cape Horn, Columbia River, Oregon by Carleton Watkins


Blackford Forest by Laura Bell
 
Queens by Jorge Colombo

Plate 22, Sheet 8, Ancient Courses Mississippi River Meander Belt by Harold Fisk

Winter landscape with small snow-covered building on the coast and view of Mount Fuji, a 20x200 Vintage Edition

My backyard, Tivoli, NY 7/10/14 by Pete Mauney

Jones Beach Dream (dunes) by Chris Mottalini

Winter Scene in Moonlight by Henry Farrer


Grounded Iceberg, Arthur Harbor, Anvers Island, Antarctica by Stuart Klipper
 
Belmont Harbor Tree II, Chicago by Daniel Seung Lee

City Arabesque by Berenice Abbott

Lizard Range, British Columbia by Jessica Zollman

White Oaks by Joseph O. Holmes

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