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Landscape Paintings Creatively ‘Inhabited’ By Monsters And Machines

Landscape paintings are one of the 19th-century American art movements of Hudson River School which is composed of a group of proficient landscape painters; this involved Albert Bierstadt, Hermann Herzog, Thomas Mora, to name a few. Today, we will see their peaceful paintings impressively mashed-up with Kaijus – a Japanese word that means “strange beast.”

Oliver Wetter is a Germany-based artist who has created a series called The Ancient Kaiju Project. In the series, he inserts some of the known ‘Kaiju’ such as Godzilla, monsters from Pacific Rim, and more. Scroll down and check out his cool works. Come, take a peek, and enjoy!

Oliver Wetter featured The Ancient Kaiju Project landscape paintings
Kaiju Spring Fever (California Spring by Albert Bierstadt)

Oliver Wetter featured The Ancient Kaiju Project landscape paintings
Howl´s Moving Castle at Staubbach Falls (Staubbacch Falls by Albert Bierstadt)

Oliver Wetter featured The Ancient Kaiju Project landscape paintings
AT-AT Among The Sierra Nevada (Among the Sierra Nevada by Albert Bierstadt)

Oliver Wetter featured The Ancient Kaiju Project landscape paintings
Kaiju Evening at the Juniata (The Juniata, Evening by Thomas Moran)

Oliver Wetter featured The Ancient Kaiju Project landscape paintings
Kaiju at Bridal Falls (Bridal Veil Falls by Albert Bierstadt)

Oliver Wetter featured The Ancient Kaiju Project landscape paintings
Godzilla in the Mountains (Storm in the mountains by Hermann Herzog)

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