Artists + Oak Trees

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Artist Joseph Beuys planting a tree. “I believe that planting these oaks is necessary, not only in biospheric terms, that is to say, in the context of matter and ecology, but in that it will raise ecological consciousness –raise it increas- ingly, in the course of the years to come, because we shall never stop planting.”

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In 1968, Yoko Ono and John Lennon started their “Peace Acorn” project. They placed two acorns in small round cases and sent one to 123 world leaders with a letter that read: “Enclosed in this package we are sending you two living sculptures—which are acorns—in the hope that you will plant them in your garden and grow two oak trees for world peace. Yours with love, John and Yoko Ono Lennon.”

Gustave Courbet, The Oak of Flagey, 1864

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Leonardo da Vinci Sprigs of oak and dyer's greenweed, c.1506-12

Jasper Johns

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David Hockney I Saw in Louisiana a Live-Oak Growing, 1963

Camille Corot Fontainebleau: Oak Trees at Bas-Bréau, 1832

Caspar David Friedrich Oak in Snow

John Ruskin Outline of Leaves of Oak, touched with Colour,

Harold Ancart Untitled, 2020

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