Night landscapes aren’t as common as daylight ones for obvious reasons.
I love them. There is something borderless about paintings of the night sky. Sharp edges tend to destroy the illusion. Silhouettes and shadows meld into one by moonlight.
Moonlight on the Bruges Canal by Charles Warren Eaton. A beautiful tonalist work.
Lisière de Bois by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and Moonrise by Robert Macauley Stevenson.
A painting I can’t find the title to from Franz Sedlacek. Google him. His work is odd and all over the place. If the internet is informing me correctly, his work is a mix of Bosch, Fantastic Planet, Goya, pop surrealism and Magritte. It’s confusing me in a pleasant way.
Moonlight Ring by Henry Prellwitz and Moonrise by Stanislaw Maslowski.
Looking at these is like seeing the afterimage of a brighter day behind your eyelids, after rubbing them, laying in bed staring at the ceiling in the dark.
Star and Siberia by Alphonse Mucha.