The maps below match up artist or architect works with the location for which they were designed. In the case of architectural works, the locations are the actual buildings. In the case of landscape paintings, most of the locations represent the location of the subject matter painted, while others, as noted, represent an approximation of the easel location the subject matter was viewed from by the painter. (See the article below on how I determined the locations of famous landscape paintings.)
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- The Life and Art of Vincent van Gogh / Google Map / Google Earth
- The Life and Art of Paul Cézanne / Google Map / Google Earth
- The World as seen in Famous Landscape Paintings / Google Map / Google Earth
- The Works of Michelangelo / Google Map / Google Earth
- Works of Frank Lloyd Wright / Google Map / Google Earth
- Works of I.M. Pei / Google Map / Google Earth
- Scenes Photographed by Ansel Adams
- Le Train: The Rescuing of the German-Looted French Art Train (1944) Fact vs. Fiction. / Google Map / Google Earth
- How I determined the locations of famous landscape locations in Google Map
- Color Language System for Braille
My YouTube Video on Art:
- Creative Concrete Canvas
A video that will give you a different perspective about the sidewalks you walk on.
|Vincent van Gogh's painting Walk Along the Banks of|
the Seine Near Asnierese in Google Earth.
|Cézanne painting Road Before the Mountains Sainte-Victoire in Google Earth.|
|The World Seen in Famous Landscape Paintings,|
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot painting
Venise, La Piazzetta, 1835 in Google Earth
with Building's layer turned on.