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The family returned to London in 1827, by which time Cox had established himself as a landscapist of some merit.
Although the canvases of landscapists such as Arthur Streeton and Tom Roberts now revel in the continent's distinctive and opulent light, the human figures are still there.
His first biographer (Vasari, as for so many) said he was the best of the landscapists in his area, which was actually a bit disapproving of this less noble theme.
These would have a great impact upon later landscapists such as Augustin Hirschvogel and Hans Lautensack of Nuremberg.
Whatever their individual endowments as artists, it is difficult to believe that they would have become more than what the French call petits maitres had they continued in a historically straight line, developing those endowments in ways their antecedent historical circumstances defined, becoming portraitists or landscapists or still-life painters in the styles with which they began, and of which they were already masters on the eve of Impressionism.
Now take a time machine forward to 1946: Dean Fausett's career as one of the foremost landscapists, portraitists, and muralists in American realism is well on its way.
Opposed to the classical teachings of the Academy and inspired by 17th-century Flemish landscapists, they withdrew from the Academy and, from 1830 to 1870, made their center at Barbizon, in the forest of Fontainebleau.
Constable, Gainsborough, Turner and the Making of Landscape' unites works by the three pioneering landscapists and their 18th-century contemporaries, exploring the development of the British school through 120 works.
But landscapists would be more credible if they complained as much about the impacts of fossil fuels, including their immense contribution to climate change, as they do about wind energy.
Seeing the woodblock prints of the Japanese landscapists, it was natural for the great American teacher and painter Arthur Wesley Dow (1857-1932) to want to employ these techniques.