Drawings of Trees

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All kinds of trees in all kinds of places by all kinds of artists.

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Pencil like sketch of a tree growing among rocks.

Sketch of a Tree - ReusableArt.com

Vintage sketch of a tree for downloading and using on your own creative projects that is fully in the public domain.

tree by Leonardo da Vinci

Dibujo de un árbol (Drawing a Tree) - Leonardo da Vinci

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Forest Scene ~ artist Paul Weber, early 1900's; pencil on paper, 6 1/16 x 4 15/16 in. German drawings, The Walters…

Forest Scene

Paul Weber studied in Frankfurt, Germany, and then immigrated to the United States in 1848 at the age of 25. He settled in Philadelphia and exhibited frequently at the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts. He returned to Europe in 1857 and, in 1860, was appointed court painter at Darmstadt, then the capital of the duchy of Hesse-Darmstadt. His landscapes were particularly admired by American collectors for their dramatic effects.

Cottages and Trees - Vincent van Gogh

Cottages and Trees, 1890 - Vincent van Gogh - WikiArt.org

‘Cottages and Trees’ was created in 1890 by Vincent van Gogh in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of sketch and study at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Peter Paul Rubens Forest landscape Today this drawing is attributed to his pupil Antoon Van Dyck

Forest landscape Peter Paul Rubens Malmo Sweden Oil Painting Reproductions 53032

Trees with Ivy by Vincent Van Gogh Vincent van Gogh Drawing, Pencil, reed pen, brown ink Saint-Rémy: May - 15-20, 1889

Vincent van Gogh Trees with Ivy

Trees with Ivy - Vincent van Gogh . Created in Saint-Rémy in May - 15-20, 1889. Located at Van Gogh Museum

Vincent Van Gogh, A Corner of the Garden of St Paul’s Hospital at St Rémy, 1889

Vincent Van Gogh, A Corner of the Garden of St Paul’s Hospital at St Rémy, 1889

David Hockney's new sketch of Totem After vandals chopped down the 12 ft tall tree stump. "It was something I rather enjoyed," Hockney said of he old tree. The 75 year old artist is convinced the stump had been targeted because it had become possibly the most famous piece of dead wood in Britain after he portrayed in several of his acclaimed landscapes of the countryside around his home in Bridlington. "It is something that has made me depressed. It was just spite"

David Hockney on the destruction of his 'totem' tree stump: 'It was an act of spite'

The artist made a tree stump famous in his painting Winter Timber. Now it has been vandalised. Here he exclusively reveals a new sketch of his 'totem'

Henry Moore OM, CH, ‘Trees II Upright Branches’ 1979 The sketch is rough but detailed at the same times and the way he uses shading so that the white branches stand out against the black mess of leaves is striking.

‘Trees II Upright Branches’, Henry Moore OM, CH, 1979 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Trees II Upright Branches’, Henry Moore OM, CH, 1979

Frederic Lord Leighton (British,1830-1896) Study of a Lemon Tree 1859 Pencil on paper

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iamjapanese: “ Frederic Lord Leighton (British,1830-1896) Study of a Lemon Tree 1859 Pencil on paper ”

Ian Sidaway Fine Line

Richmond Trees

It is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men's hearts, as for that subtle something, that quality of air that emination from old trees, that so wonderfully changes and renews a weary spirit. (Robert Louis Stevenson) Nature is my springboard. From her I get my initial impetus. I have tried to relate the visible drama of mountains, trees, and bleached fields with the fantasy of wind blowing and changing colours and forms. (Milton Avery)