Nature and Landscape Pictures

Enjoy mountains, beaches, forests, and meadows? Our nature and landscape pictures let you bring the most amazing scenery right into your living room. Enjoy our nature images and discover wall art you love today!

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  Rio di San Polo by Pep Ventosa
from £ 499
  Dressed for Spring by Roman Johnston
from £ 699
  If Only by Luc Dratwa
from £ 549
  #13 by Serge Hamad
from £ 1,099
  Lost Flamingos and Some Acquaintances by Pat Swain
from £ 399
  Mar Tirreno by Wolfgang Uhlig
from £ 1,999
  Body Surf by Tommy Clarke
from £ 599
  Castro Seven by Pep Ventosa
from £ 1,999
  Sul Lago by Sven Fennema
from £ 899
  Welle III by Daniel Reiter
from £ 1,299
  52 or 53 by Erik Chmil
from £ 999
  Durhamstown Castle by Pep Ventosa
from £ 399
  Stanford, One by Pep Ventosa
from £ 499
  37°4`49.49‘‘N 8°18’58.27‘‘W by Wolfgang Uhlig
from £ 699
  Bamboo V by André Wagner
from £ 699
  Bamboo III by André Wagner
from £ 699
  Welle VII by Daniel Reiter
from £ 799
  Motorhome by Matthias Jung
from £ 699
  Uroboros by Matthias Jung
from £ 1,149
  Sandías y pistolas by Rosa Muñoz
from £ 399
  Desierto con flores by Rosa Muñoz
from £ 499
  Treescape I by Christiane Zschommler
from £ 2,990
  NYC Balloons II by Robert Jahns
from £ 799
  Seesaw Seascape V by Wolfgang Uhlig
from £ 1,799
  Incantata III by Sven Fennema
from £ 699
  Birkenwald 2 by André Wagner
from £ 599
  Sea #13 by Wolfgang Uhlig
from £ 1,149
  On the river by Vladimir Proshin
from £ 799
  Two Surfers by Peter Yan
from £ 799
  Crown Cranes Explore New Terrain by Pat Swain
from £ 399
  White Sands Beach #3 by Julia Christe
from £ 249
  KBB210 by Rafael Neff
from £ 799
  Athabasca River, Alberta, Canada by Helmut Hirler
from £ 399
  Rio de Janeiro by Henning Bock
from £ 1,199
  Crosby Beach by Josh Von Staudach
from £ 499
  Ortleralpen by Rudolf Rother
from £ 299
  Purple Rain by Christiane Steinicke
from £ 319
  Spiritual Utopia III by Rui Camilo
from £ 699
  Nationalpark Jasmund, Rügen by Berthold Steinhilber
from £ 699
  Stanford, Five by Pep Ventosa
from £ 549
  Melting by Rayita
from £ 24
  WelleVI by Daniel Reiter
from £ 799
  Clarissa's Wave by Matthew Cusick
from £ 449
  Penny lane by Stefanie Schneider
from £ 449
  Infrared Lake Braies I by Paolo Pettigiani
from £ 599
  Lago di Garda by Erik Chmil
from £ 649
  Birkenwald 3 by André Wagner
from £ 4,490
  Screening Room by Jens Hausmann
from £ 949
  Mona Vale Pool by Peter Yan
from £ 599
  Holocene by Ray Collins
from £ 499
  Ypsilon by Gero Gries
from £ 899
  o.T.  by Barbara Frieß
from £ 399
  cedar city V by Holger Lippmann
from £ 399
  la foret III by Holger Lippmann
from £ 399
  o.t. (Matterhorn II) by Stephanie Kloss
from £ 399
  o.t. (Central Park) by Stephanie Kloss
from £ 399
  o.t. (Tarasp) by Stephanie Kloss
from £ 399
  o.t. (Silberhorn) by Stephanie Kloss
from £ 399
  o.t. (Foz do Iguacu) by Stephanie Kloss
from £ 399
  Spring by Christine Jaschek
from £ 499
  Elbsandsteingebirge I by Horst & Daniel Zielske
from £ 499
  Bora Bora I, 1967  by Robert Lebeck
from £ 349
  Wave 3110 by Douglas Busch
from £ 349
  Diorama #11 by Henning Bock
from £ 399
  Iceland #1 Skjálfandafljót by Josh Von Staudach
from £ 349
  pieces of autumn IX by Carolin Wolf
from £ 349
  pieces of autumn VIII by Carolin Wolf
from £ 349
  Iceland #3 Fellsá by Josh Von Staudach
from £ 349
  Sossusvlei Namib Desert by Horst Klemm
from £ 399
  Venice I by Horst & Daniel Zielske
from £ 599
  Baobab near Lake Burungi, Tanzania by Horst Klemm
from £ 399
  Li River, Guilin , Study 2 by Jonathan Chritchley
from £ 249
  Ennstaler Alpen by Rudolf Rother
from £ 299
  Central Park #2, New York, USA by Larry Yust
from £ 499
  Race Point III (05) by Alison Shaw
from £ 1,199
  State Beach by Alison Shaw
from £ 1,399
  Renees Dream by Stefanie Schneider
from £ 799
  White Crane by Dallae Bae
from £ 399
  Beech Tree Forest, Pyrenees, Study 1 by Jonathan Chritchley
from £ 899
  The Balance by Tatiana Gorilovsky
from £ 399

A Panorama of Landscape Pictures at LUMAS

Landscape art is all about taking a wide view. It represents a desire to capture the world’s naturally occurring grandeur. We have an extensive collection of art by world-renowned artists and up-and-coming talents carving out a name for themselves. It’s an expertly curated portfolio of landscapes ready and waiting to make an appearance on your wall at home!

A Brief History of Landscape Art

The landscape has long figured into art around the world. Landscapes have been both imagined or based on real scenes, with the tradition dating back over 1000 years. The early Chinese landscapes were simple black ink wash paintings, predominantly of mountains. Ancient Romans used beautiful nature pictures to decorate the rooms of important buildings.

In Europe, landscape art re-emerged in the late medieval period, but it wasn’t until the Renaissance that it once again became a central focus with its heavily idealized, pastoral images of the Mediterranean. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, landscapes continued to be romanticized, an idea that eventually spread to the United States. Now one of the most developed themes in art, landscape pictures speak to us on a personal, cultural, and often universal level.

Photography has brought a new aesthetic to landscape art. When it comes to landscape images in photography, the emphasis is on coherent composition. Although the medium is essentially literal, the use of various photo techniques such as lighting, focus, and exposure can give landscape photography an interpretive quality. It can include references to human activity, such as urban sprawls and industrial infrastructure, or it can observe nature in its unaffected state, with the focus primarily on dramatic shapes, weather, and animals.

Landscape images reflect the diversity of nature. They range from dramatic mountain peaks and violent storms to tranquil, sometimes mystical scenes that play with light. With over 3,000 artworks in our portfolio, LUMAS is the ideal place to explore landscape art. We work with established and emerging photographers from around the world. In our expertly curated galleries, you can explore landscape art through the ages in our unsigned Open Editions. Alternatively, our Limited Editions are hand-signed and come complete with a certificate of authenticity.

Quality Landscape Pictures: the LUMAS Collection

At LUMAS, quality is our top priority. We provide a professional, affordable alternative to museum gift shops and run-of-the-mill posters. Thanks to our partnership with WhiteWall, all of our landscape art is produced to the highest standards possible using the most modern processes.

We believe you should be able to experience owning art without compromising on quality. For our photos, we pair tradition with the latest photo developing technology to produce outstanding landscape pictures that last for generations.

Professional Framing and Mounting for Landscape Images

Finally, we consult with the artists and craftsmen every step of the way to find the perfect frame. That way, you can get even more enjoyment out of owning a piece of art. All of our frames are produced by experts in our frame workshop and are made to measure. Available in colored wood or matte aluminum, WhiteWall frames are built to last. For a more dramatic, highly contemporary look, we also provide professional mounting. Using a lightweight aluminum composite panel for backing, the landscape image is mounted beneath a protective layer of acrylic glass or laminated with a protective foil. If you have large, empty spaces on your walls, why not showcase some idyllic scenery there!