There is a painting of a sunlit stand of trees in the permanent wing of the Clark Art Museum in Williamstown, MA, And I have to stop every time we visit so I can feel its heat.
It’s bright and sunny here, but the light is cool, and I keep going back to my mental gallery for warmth.
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Looking at the paintings at the Clark, wow, what a line up of important artists, I did not know. I assume you are referring to The Geese by Monet, surely a sunlit group of trees.
Suffering this year with the early darkness.
I love that one, but there’s a Pissarro – Landscape at Saint-Charles, near Gisors, sunset – that radiates warmth. They’ve had it in the same part of the museum through several renovations.