English artist Robert Wood immigrated to America in 1910, settling in Illinois as a farm hand. He had a restless spirit and left his job to live a life on the trains, painting the landscapes of the various areas he visited across the United States. Robert Wood’s prints depicted natural settings, with specific emphasis on the seasons and giving the viewer a glimpse into a less industrialized time.
Artist Robert Wood also painted seascapes during his travels, and preferred to do his sketching and painting outside to be connected to his subject. After moving to Woodstock, New York in 1948, he became inspired by the Catskill Mountain region. Robert Wood painting values have continued to increase as collectors hark back to simpler times and memories of pleasant locations. Find other awe-inspiring landscape paintings for sale online and select those that appeal to you.