|Beneath the Snow Encumbered Branches, 1903, Joseph Farquharson, 1846-1935|
The Scottish painter, Joseph Farquharson, known for his winter landscapes, lifts light and snow to an ethereal plane in "Beneath the Snow Encumbered Branches." There is a tree study there that will be hours and hours of delight. I know that (methinks morning) sun through the trees of Vermont winters. I imagine many of you know that sunlight light as well. The blue in the sky in the upper left quietly graces the shadows on the sheep and snow. This painting is one of many that are as lovely and stunning.
|Farquharson Tartan Modern, 2011 photo D.MacDuff|
|Farquharson 1842 Tartan, 2007 photo, Celtus|