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20 Paintings That Reflect Summer Around the World

 Summer symbolizes different things for each of us: some of us see it as a great opportunity to sit in the pleasant sun, others can’t wait to hit the beach, and there are those who are just waiting for an opportunity to sit in a cafe and gaze calmly at the busy streets. If you dream about all of these while sitting at work or running errands, the following collection of paintings is especially for you. Each of the talented painters who painted them marveled to describe the summer from their point of view, and the result is 20 summer moments in different styles that will allow you to feel at once as if you are in the midst of a true summer vacation.

 
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Howard Behrens

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Howard Behrens began drawing as a child. At the age of 8, he received a brush and paint as a gift, and since his parents could not afford to buy him toys or go out for expensive entertainment, the page and the brush turned into a stage where he learned to express all the places he wanted to visit and all the experiences he wanted to go through. Since then, Behrens fell in love with painting and had not stopped painting for a moment, and the colorfulness that accompanied his childhood paintings enabled him to express in his later works all the colors that characterize the summer season.
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Andrey Kutsachenko

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Kutsachenko is known for the combination of unique colors he uses, and the ability to fill any canvas in a way that makes the viewer feel like part of the event. People sitting under umbrellas and boats waiting to go sailing are some of the summer moments he chose to share.
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Dima Dmitriev

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Dmitriev was born in Moscow and completed his studies in Prague. His goal in every painting is not necessarily to describe what he sees but to create the perfect summer moments in his eyes. The layering technique he uses allows his paintings to become works of depth so that you can almost feel the wind in the swinging girl's hair or the seawater splashing in all directions.
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Norman Rockwell

Norman Rockwell was a popular American painter who worked for the Saturday Evening Post for over 40 years. His illustrations were first published in a children's book, and throughout his life, he has created more than 2,000 original works. When asked what was behind his works, Rockwell replied that he was simply trying to share the most beautiful moments of his childhood, as he remembers it.

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Raymond James Stewart

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Raymond's postcards often consist of memories of his childhood in the country during the summer. The painter was born in 1882, and unfortunately very little is known about his life. All we have left now are these wonderful moments, described with humor and grace as only children can experience.
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Robin Moline

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Moline enjoys painting in various styles, and she testified that while some of her works are characterized by realistic style, others, such as those presented before you, are a mix of what she remembers from her childhood and the life she decided to create for the animals that star in them. Her interest in animals led her to focus on how the summer looked from their point of view, and there’s no doubt that the results bring joy and a smile to all who see them.
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Alexei Chernigin

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Chernigin’s work is easy to identify, thanks to his unique style, which combines light colors with a delicate and eye-catching technique. This special combination allows the painter to share these summer moments, seemingly taken from a dream, that are easy to get lost in between the rays of sunlight and seawater.
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Rob Pointon

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Pointon is one of the most famous and fascinating painters living in Britain. The uniqueness of his paintings is expressed in the unusual vision he chooses to describe in most of them, reminiscent of viewing the world through a fisheye lens. The two paintings shown before you are very rich in color and goings on, allowing you to share summer moments in a frenzied, busy city.
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Duong Ngoc Son

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The next artist from Vietnam gets his inspiration from Impressionism, which was prevalent in Europe in the 19th century. The reason for this is his great love for nature and the environment, which become the center of his magnificent paintings. The summer season, during which many plants bloom, gives the painting's viewer a rich experience in shades, to the point where it’s hard not to reach out and touch the flowers displayed in them.
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