|The icebergs, 1861, Frederic Edwin Church.|
(Rocks on the water?)
|Isles of Shoals, Broad Cove, 1911, Childe Hassam.|
When time and tides team up, rocks don't stand a chance.
|Though seemingly gentle as|
it embraces the hardhearted
rocks, water can, given enough
time, completely destroy rocks.
|How do you create a seascape? Just paint some |
rocks, then add water, and stir vigorously.
Garnish with a mermaid.
|Costa Concordia, 2017, Nino Taravella|
|The Sea of Ice, 1823-24, Caspar David Friedrich.|
|Rock Creek Canyon, |
|Niagara Falls from Table Rock, 1835, Samuel Finley Breese Morse|
|As seen in the Sargent's watercolor, and especially |
in that of Verdine (directly above), water on the rocks
need not always toe the stringent line of realism.
|The turbulent waters of Ran Ortner.|
|Who says seascapes have to be blue? Ortner's|
work leaves me a little seasick.
|Glass of Water, Nihost-d5rxvre|
Ahh, Dramamine on the rocks.