In anthropomorphic landscape art, when the image is rotated 90º, the landscape image transforms into the likeness of the human face.
This type of painting was a popular genre from 16th to 18th century in some European countries. And, it was a fad in the Netherlands.
The most popular type of anthropomorphic landscape paintings is that of a portrait of the face of a man with a beard in horizontal position.
Another thing to note about these paintings is that they are quite similar. It is difficult to say, which painter got inspired from which painter’s painting.
Anthropomorphic Landscape Art
Anthropomorphic Hills by Joos de Momper II
Joos de Momper II (1564-1635) painted the allegory of seasons in the form of anthropomorphic hills.