Robert W Wood, an American landscape painter born in England, painted numerous vivid scenes from all over the American landscape, but some of his most unforgettable paintings were inspired by his earliest home state of T... More »

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Robert Wood paintings are available for purchase on his official website, www.robertwood.net. Here, you can also get in contact with someone who can appraise or authenticate his paintings and learn a bit about the artist... More »

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Robert William Wood’s most famous painting is “October Morn,” painted in 1956, a landscape set in the Catskill Mountains of upstate New York that sold 1.25 million prints in two years. Others are “Texas Spring” and “Autu... More »

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Robert Wood paintings are available for purchase on his official website, www.robertwood.net. Here, you can also get in contact with someone who can appraise or authenticate his paintings and learn a bit about the artist... More »

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Robert Wood painted American landscapes in a realistic style. Most of his paintings are oil on canvas. Wood's style was influenced by Jose Arpa, who used bright colors and realistically captured the effects of light. More »

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Robert Bakewell, a man from England, focused on finding new ways to breed and raise various livestock, including sheep and cattle. He was a professional agriculturist that who during the 18th century. More »

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Fernando Cueto Amorsolo, one of the founding figures of the artistic movement in the Philippines, produced numerous portraits and landscapes of rural scenes in the Philippines, such as "Planting Rice" and "Beneath the Ma... More »