These landscape paintings from China are produced by both famous artists and commercial painters. Some works depict Southern Chinese Riverside Town, some depicts fairyland in techniques of Bob Ross.
Chinese landscape paintings goes back several centuries, with roots in Daoism and other East Asian art. While similar styles in western culture depend on Romanticism and other fusions, Chinese landscape oil paintings is unique and separates itself with more home grown roots. This difference can be seen with artists like Hasegawa Tōhaku and his Chinese landscape painting Pine Trees. There is just enough detail with Chinese landscape paintings to inspire, both in art and in collection. A limited set of artists did incredible work many years ago, with the tradition following some key artists in Chinese Landscape paintings in modern times.