Autumn Art Prints

Autumn Art Prints

Autumn Art PrintsMemories of centuries ago come into my imagination. A time when artists were reporters of a much simpler way of surviving. Check it out!


Enlightenment came, The French Revolution followed and industry became part of our lives. Still the wheat fields had to be fed since we needed to feed the ever hungrier rabble.

The newspapers printed ideas of a new order with man living in a better place. Artists started to see the world through the microscope. Air was full of newly discovered particles. Science stared as a new furor under the spotlight of dusk.


Autumn Wheat Field Book Cover Autumn Wheat Field
C Junqueira - Fine Art America
October 7th, 2015
Caito Junqueira - Caio Junqueira Netto Junior
digital art
Sommerset Velvet, Canvas
20cm x 12cm to 122cm x 75cm
$20.35 to $177.85
Rolled up in a tube. (other print options and products are available)

And we believed that technology was the solution to all questions of life.

And science was just another religion with all its flaws and beliefs.

And, still, the wheat fields were absolute. A foot inlaid in the stubborn sober earth of survival.We failed to believe in the crops. We thought we could manipulate and rule nature. We neglected our powerless condition against the all-powerful magnitude of the natural world.

The bizarre climax of climate arose. How many autumns will we have before our wheat fields are gone?

Will we be able to print happy faces of old times children to our unborn children of a new-times face?

How are we going to keep our fields from becoming a vault of grain?

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4 thoughts on “Autumn Art Prints

  • September 10, 2016 at 11:40 pm

    Interesting post, good way of thinking of things. Too much has changed but not always for the good. I really like the print. I love autumn, everything about it and prints like this I would like to hang in my house. It looks peaceful and quiet and a place that is hard to find now-a-days

    • September 14, 2016 at 3:21 pm

      Hello, Summerly,

      Thanks for sharing your impressions. Cheers!

  • March 4, 2016 at 8:42 pm

    What a beautiful image, and thought provoking words to follow. When I look at this print, it does strike me as something antiquated, a place that is not quite real anymore. How our world is changing at such a rapid pace, and the importance of preservation for our environment. Thank you for sharing such beautiful imagery! Best wishes!

    • March 4, 2016 at 9:49 pm

      Hello, Bri,

      Thank you for your kind words. It seems to me that you caught exactly what the job of an artist is. The job to provoke. Even if it is with a simple and beautiful painting of a flower, for example. Your analysis of that piece is a dream come true to an artist. Short and effective to the target.

      It is I who has to humbly thank you again.



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