Brr! Explore 10 Snowy Artworks That Capture the Magic of Winter
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Snowfall can be polarizing—a beautiful sign of winter to some and an annoying hazard to others—nevertheless, it has been a source of inspiration for artists for generations. Snowy landscapes and vignettes captured in a work of art offer an immediately recognizable hallmark of the winter season, and even for those adverse to the icy precipitation have to admit its allure.
Drawn from the hundreds of galleries on the Artnet Gallery Network, we’ve brought together some of the snowflake-dusted works that harness the magic of the season all year long.
CENTRAL PARK NEW YORK UNDER SNOW (n.d.)
Miss Forest Snow Globe (2023)
Forest Winter (2020)
Depth of Winter #51 (2019)
Winter at the Bay of Mirrors (2021)
Out of the Blue (2018)
Vous êtes ici, n° 14 (2002)
A grove of ice covered trees, Japan (ca. 2000)
UNTITLED #11669-1779 (2018)
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