Landscape from the eighteenth century to the present (1998)
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The term "landscape" refers to a territory that the eye can comprehend in a single view, also to a work of art that, usually, depicts a real-world landscape. Landscape blends nature and human response. A landscape requires selective viewing and a frame. Landscape art was much esteemed in the eighteenth century and later became less common. Since the rise of environmental concerns, interest in landscape aesthetics has vigorously returned, although not especially in landscape painting. Ronald Hepburn complained that twentieth century aesthetics had neglected natural beauty. Experience on landscapes ...