(An artistic movement)

Dates: 1830-1900

This movement contains other movements: Peredvizhniki, Barbizon school, Hudson River School

Western artists who aimed to depict Nature without artifice or allegory, mostly by painting landscapes and common people at work.

People associated with this movement
Karl BlechenGerman, 1798-184027 artworks
François BonvinFrench, 1817-188740 artworks
Léon BonvinFrench, 1834-186615 artworks
Alejandro CabezaSpanish103 artworks
Gustave CourbetFrench, 1819-1877276 artworks
Honoré DaumierFrench, 1808-187972 artworks
Thomas EakinsAmerican, 1844-1916146 artworks
Count Leopold von KalckreuthGerman, 1855-19284 artworks
Wilhelm LeiblGerman, 1844-190018 artworks
Léon Augustin LhermitteFrench, 1844-192578 artworks
Adolph von MenzelGerman, 1815-1905189 artworks
Peder Mork MønstedDanish, 1859-194173 artworks
Wilhelm TrübnerGerman, 1851-1917120 artworks
Fritz von UhdeGerman, 1848-191173 artworks
Random artworks by artists related to this movement

Alejandro Cabeza

Maurice Feely
Thomas Eakins

The Artist's Sister Emilie
Adolph von Menzel

Home Scene
Thomas Eakins

A River in a Gorge
Gustave Courbet

La prière, église Saint-Bonnet
Léon Augustin Lhermitte

Alejandro Cabeza
Alejandro Cabeza

Japanese Painter
Adolph von Menzel

Lilly and Gillyflower
Gustave Courbet

Jorge Luis Borges
Alejandro Cabeza

The Bay of Rapallo
Karl Blechen

Lady with Black Collar
Wilhelm Trübner

Rolling Mill
Karl Blechen

Alejandro Cabeza
Important dates
Founding date:  1830

End date:  1900