April, Works in a Garden (1614) by Jan Wildens.
The cruellest month in paintings. Snowy scenes abound for this time of year but I’ve avoided those.
Twelve Months of Flowers: April (no date) by Jacob van Huysum.
April Love (c. 1855) by Arthur Hughes.
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January, Skating on the Frozen River (First half of the seventeenth century) by Jan Wildens.
The first month of the year doesn’t seem to provide much inspiration going by the few examples at Wikipaintings and the Google Art Project/Cultural Institute. We haven’t had any snow so far this winter, the days more closely resemble Isidre Nonell’s gloomy park scene.
The Park in January (1894) by Isidre Nonell.
La Belle Jardiniere—January (1896) by Eugène Grasset.
January (1940) by Grant Wood.
January Full Moon (1941) by George Copeland.