Brook through Conway Meadows - Poster
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What do we see in this work of art?
This poster-printed mural “Creek Through the Conway Meadows” by the American artist Benjamin Champney was created in the late 1800s in the United States of America. It shows a truly idyllic natural landscape that has not yet been influenced by the roads and industries of modern times. In the lower part of the picture we see the “main actor” of the picture, who also gave the work its name. A stream winds quietly through the landscape and on the banks there are ancient trees that have certainly seen much of the eventful history of the USA. They are reflected in the water, which is almost as smooth as glass. In the middle part of the picture we see two people taking a break by the river. Maybe they are shepherds. On the right side of the picture, a large chain of hills with forests completes the scene. The sunset can already be seen and literally draws the viewer into the world of the Conway meadows.
Where can this mural hang?
This mural “Creek through the Conway Meadows” printed on a poster shows an idyllic natural landscape that tempts us to rest in it. It immediately calms the viewer and invites them to explore. A poster of this wonderful image can develop its full effect, especially in a waiting room or living room.
Image resolution quality
Original image size: 4934 x 3077 px, 300 dpi, 24 bit
This work of art is made by the Boston Public Library made available.
- original title: Artist's Brook, Conway Meadows, Chocorua in distance, Moar Mountain on right
- Artist: Champney, Benjamin (1817-1907)
- Publisher: L. Prang & Co.
- Datum: that. 1861-1897
- Format: Prints
- Genre: Chromolithographs Landscape prints
- Location: Boston Public Library / Arts Department / Box 37 - Landscapes: Bricher, Champney (shelf locator)
- Collection (local): Louis Prang & Company Collection
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