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AH 451-01 LOOKING AT THE LANDSCAPE SPRING, 2008

ROSENZWEIG

GUIDE TO SELECTED
LATER WESTERN EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN
LANDSCAPE TYPES AND SCHOOLS

Note: Landscape types cited below are not necessarily mutually exclusive. The list is an accumulation
of terms, drawn from various sources, and is certainly both incomplete and rife with
redundancies.

Note: The list of schools is also incomplete, and does not include various British, Australian,
Scandinavian, Russian and Canadian schools, or most of the numerous American regional
schools.

Accessorized landscape Bucolic landscape


Accessory landscape Cataclysmic landscape
Aesthetic landscape Classical landscape
Agricultural landscape Cloudy landscape
Allegorical landscape Colonial landscape
Altered landscape Commercial landscape
American Frontier landscapes Conflict landscape
American Impressionist School Cosmos landscape
Animal landscape Creation landscape
Apocalyptic (apocalyptic sublime) landscape Danube School
Appropriated landscape Delft School
Arcadian landscape Didactic landscape
Architectural landscapes Dramatic landscape
Associative landscape Dream landscape
Awesome landscape Ecological landscape
Barbizon School Economic landscape
Battle landscape Environmental landscape
Beautiful landscape Ephemeral landscape
Boundary landscape Escapist landscape
Biblical landscape Ethnic landscape
Botanical landscape Exploration landscape
Bucks County School Exotic landscape

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Expressionistic landscape Marine landscape
Extreme landscape Maze landscape
Famous landscapes Metaphysical landscape
Fantasy landscape Metaphoric landscape
Fete Galante landscape Minimalist landscape
Figured landscape Mood landscape
Fontainebleau School Moral landscape
Garden landscape Mortality (intimations of) landscape
Generalized landscape Mountainous landscape
Geologic landscape Mythological landscape
Georgic landscape Narrative landscape
Hague School Nationalistic landscape
Haarlem School Netherlandish School
Heaven and Hell landscapes Nostalgic landscape
Heroic landscape Northern landscape
Historical (true event) landscape Objective landscape
Home landscape Panoramic landscape
Hudson River School Paradisiacal landscape
Hunting landscapes Pastoral landscape
Ideal landscape Personal landscape
Imaginative landscape Pictorial landscape
Impressionist School Picturesque landscape
Industrial landscape Personal landscape
Inhabited landscape Poetic landscape
Inspirational landscapes Plein Air landscape
Interior landscape Political landscape
Intellectual landscape Post-Impressionist School
Labyrinthine (ian) landscape Primitive landscape
Living landscape Propagandistic landscape
Lonely landscape Psychological landscape
Luminist landscape Pure landscape
Magical landscape Realistic landscape
Mandala landscapes Refuge landscape
Manifest Destiny landscape Regional landscape
Manipulated landscape Religious landscape
Marginalized landscape Restricted landscape

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Riverine landscape Spiritual landscape
Rocky landscape Stellar landscape
Romantic landscape Subjective landscape
Ruined landscape Sublime landscape
Rural landscape Taos School
Sacred circle landscape Therapeutic landscape
Sacred/site landscape Temporal landscape
Savage landscape Topographic landscape
Scenic landscape Touristic landscape
Scientific landscape Tragic landscapes
Seascapes (pure) Transcendentalist landscape
Seascapes (with ships, men, fishing) Travelogue landscape
Seasonal landscape Treed (be-treed) landscape
Sensual landscape Urban landscape
Site-specific landscape Virgilian pastoral landscapes
Social landscape Visionary landscape
Solace landscape Western (American) landscapes
Solitude landscape Wilderness (virgin wilderness) landscape

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