I studied Art History in college, and one of the categories of paintings I paid the least attention to were landscapes. Especially big, majestic, beautifully-rendered landscapes from, say the 1700s and 1800s. I respect them, but they never really did it for me. And I think I know why: they have hardly any cars in them.
So, let's fix that! I'll start. I took Carlos de Haes' (a Spanish painter from Belgium) 1879 Flemish Landscape and added a much-needed Jeep FJ pickup. I think it helps.
So, anyone else want to take a crack at this?