Israeli landscape - Übersetzung nach deutsch

Israeli landscape - Übersetzung nach deutsch

Landscape Engineering; Landscape engineer

Israeli landscape      
die Landschaft Israels, die israelische Landschaft
landscape painter         
  • Green Lakes]], 1955, USSR (Lithuania), Socialist realism.
  • 1528}}, one of the earliest Western pure landscapes. He was the leader of the [[Danube School]] in southern Germany.
  • [[Claude Lorrain]], ''[[Ascanius Shooting the Stag of Sylvia]]'', 1682. The landscape as [[history painting]].
  • Four from a set of sixteen sliding room partitions made for a 16th-century Japanese abbot. Typically for later Japanese landscapes, the main focus is on a feature in the foreground.
  • [[Carlos de Haes]], ''Los Picos de Europa'', 1876
  • [[Caspar David Friedrich]], ''[[Wanderer above the Sea of Fog]]'', 1818. A classic image of German [[Romanticism]].
  • ''Cowley Place, near [[Exeter]]'', by [[Francis Towne]], c. 1812
  • [[Rembrandt]], ''The Three Trees'', 1643, etching
  • A rare pure landscape in a [[Persian miniature]], with a river, Tabriz (?), 1st quarter of 14th century
  • t=洞天山堂圖}}). 10th century, the [[Five Dynasties]] (Chinese). [[National Palace Museum]], Taipei.
  • Akrotiri]], 1600–1500 BCE
  • 松林図 屏風}}, one of a pair of [[folding screen]]s, Japan, 1593. 156.8 × 356 cm (61.73 × 140.16 in)
  • [[Jan van Goyen]], ''Dune landscape'', c. 1630–1635, an example of the "tonal" style in [[Dutch Golden Age painting]]
  • Korean version]] of the Chinese literati style by [[Jeong Seon]] who was unusual in often painting landscapes from life.
  • [[Watercolour]] in the English tradition, [[John Robert Cozens]], ''Lake of Vico Between Rome and Florence'', c. 1783
  • [[Kuo Hsi]], ''Clearing Autumn Skies over Mountains and Valleys'', Northern [[Song Dynasty]] c. 1070, detail from a horizontal scroll.<ref>Sickman, 219-220</ref>
  • [[Titian]], ''La Vierge au Lapin à la Loupe'' (The Virgin of the Rabbit), 1530, [[Louvre]], [[Paris]]. Idealized Italianate landscape background.
  • w=Li Ch'eng}}; 919&ndash;967),''Luxuriant Forest among Distant Peaks'', detail, 10th century China, [[Liaoning Provincial Museum]].
  • t=踏歌圖}}), 13th century, Southern Song (Chinese), Collected in the [[Palace Museum]].
  • realism]], 1871
  • Landscape with scene from the ''[[Odyssey]]'', Rome, c.&nbsp;60–40 BCE
  • Ming]] civil servant, who valued expressiveness over delicacy, with collector's seals and poems.
Landscape painter; Landscape Painting; Landspcape painting; Landscape (visual arts); Landscape artist; Landscape (art); Zero-point perspective; Landscape artists; Landscapist; Ideal landscape; Topographical view; Landscape art; Landscape paintings; Landscape (painting); History of landscape painting; Medieval landscape painting
landscape architect         
  • The Fountain Terrace at [[Dumbarton Oaks]] in Washington, D.C., designed by landscape architect Beatrix Farrand in 1921, was opened to the public in 1939
  • An example of landscape architecture. (The Italian Garden, Gardens of the world, Berlin-Marzahn, Germany)
  • Markdale Garden at Binda near Crookwell, New South Wales, Australia, designed by Edna Walling
  • Drawing of plan for an entrance to Central Park in [[Manhattan]] by [[Richard Morris Hunt]] (American, 1827-1895) c.1863
  • George Waring]], Vaux, [[Ignaz Anton Pilat]], [[Jacob Wrey Mould]], and Olmsted)
Landscape architects; Architect's garden; Registered Landscape Architect
Landschaftsgestalter, Landschaftsarchitekt


·noun A painter of landscapes.


Landscape engineering

Landscape engineering is the application of mathematics and science to shape land and waterscapes. It can also be described as green engineering, but the design professionals best known for landscape engineering are landscape architects. Landscape engineering is the interdisciplinary application of engineering and other applied sciences to the design and creation of anthropogenic landscapes. It differs from, but embraces traditional reclamation. It includes scientific disciplines: Agronomy, Botany, Ecology, Forestry, Geology, Geochemistry, Hydrogeology, and Wildlife Biology. It also draws upon applied sciences: Agricultural & Horticultural Sciences, Engineering Geomorphology, landscape architecture, and Mining, Geotechnical, and Civil, Agricultural & Irrigation Engineering.

Landscape engineering builds on the engineering strengths of declaring goals, determining initial conditions, iteratively designing, predicting performance based on knowledge of the design, monitoring performance, and adjusting designs to meet the declared goals. It builds on the strengths and history of reclamation practice. Its distinguishing feature is the marriage of landforms, substrates, and vegetation throughout all phases of design and construction, which previously have been kept as separate disciplines.

Though landscape engineering embodies all elements of traditional engineering (planning, investigation, design, construction, operation, assessment, research, management, and training), it is focused on three main areas. The first is closure planning – which includes goal setting and design of the landscape as a whole. The second division is landscape design more focused on the design of individual landforms to reliably meet the goals as set out in the closure planning process. Landscape performance assessment is critical to both of these, and is also important for estimating liability and levels of financial assurance. The iterative process of planning, design, and performance assessment by a multidisciplinary team is the basis of landscape engineering.

Source: McKenna, G.T., 2002. Sustainable mine reclamation and landscape engineering. PhD Thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada 661p.

Beispiele aus Textkorpus für Israeli landscape
1. Two decades ago, Palestinians were an integral part of the Israeli landscape, primarily as low–wage laborers who built houses, cleaned streets and worked in agriculture, but in the last few years they have literally disappeared.
2. Obsessed by his immediate surroundings, he has called upon a fertile imagination for raw descriptions of a conceptual Israeli landscape, but has not ventured into areas that require painterly experimentation.
3. As owner of a project management company, he has overseen the construction of many of the shopping malls, office buildings and apartment towers that have become fixtures of the modern Israeli landscape.