Forests are a thing of beauty, they are diverse environments that are the home to hundreds or even thousands of different organisms that all depend on each other to survive and have their own unique roles. Forests of all kinds can be found all over the world, depending on the climate that they find themselves in they will be home to different plants and animals.
The early humans before agriculture became widespread in society were depended on forests as that is where they got the resources to build their shelter and also to get the needed nutrients from hunting and gathering edible plants growing in the forests.
Apart from that, even today everyone in the world needs forests in order to be alive. Regardless of where you live, even if you live in a city away from any forests. Forests are the lungs of our planet! The estimated trillions of trees in our forests take in CO2 and other pollutants from our atmosphere and use them as nutrients while producing oxygen that humans and other living organisms require to be alive.
These essentials bodies of trees can be viewed in our paintings with magnificent forest landscapes.
Beauty is something that everyone is attracted to, but one of the forms of beauty that are impossible for someone to recreate is natural beauty. Our forests have developed over many hundreds of years, and all of the trees and other kinds of plants depend on each other in order to survive. The strength of forests is in their diversity.
Every forest is made from many different types of trees, if one of those species of trees is affected by a disease or a change in climate then the forest will survive as there will be other species of trees that will be able to continue on the existing forest. Being involved in art can be a great thing for you to do, it is a great way to keep your mind off what is stressing you out, as well as give you something to look forward to.
We have spent some time in finding some of the best paintings of such essential and good-looking forests; you are welcome to take a look at those paintings below.
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