Antonio Grambone, Landscapes and Scenery Images
Landscapes are one of the most popular subjects featured in art for millennia. Early depictions served as backdrops for religious or historical scenes, but by the Renaissance, nature itself became a central subject. Artists like Turner
captured its beauty and drama, while Romanticism
saw landscapes imbued with emotion and symbolism. Photography
's emergence revolutionized landscape portrayal, offering realistic documentation and fostering new artistic interpretations. From Ansel Adams'
majestic vistas to contemporary works exploring environmental issues, landscapes continue to inspire and challenge artists, reflecting our evolving relationship with the natural world.