Benoît Trimborn’s monograph celebrates and elucidates the artist’s commitment to the geometric serenity of landscapes. The book begins with three essays. Two are art critiques by Francis Meyer and Christian Noorbergen, respectively. These critical responses elaborate on the artist’s oeuvre and inspiration, drawing parallels to painters, poets, and philosophers, and discussing recurring themes of his work. The third text is by Trimborn himself and delves into the more technical aspects of his practice. The essays are followed by nearly 100 pages of beautifully printed images of Trimborn’s paintings organized into three categories: ponds and rivers, forests and countrysides, and islands and seas. This book would be a lovely library addition for any admirer of the painted landscape.