Plants, trees, botanical and still life

By Cézanne - Still-life with watermelon

By Cézanne – Still-life with watermelon.

By Van Gogh - Milk jug

By Van Gogh – Milk jug

By Schiele - Sunflowers

By Schiele – Sunflowers

By Gris - Still-life

By Gris – Still-life

By Mackintosh - Great mullein

By Mackintosh – Great mullein

By Redon - Trees

By Redon – Trees

By Signac - Still-life of flowers and books

By Signac – Still-life of flowers and books

By Friedrich - Window looking over the park

By Friedrich – Window looking over the park

By Barocci - Study of roots in a grove

By Barocci – Study of roots in a grove

By Matisse - Sketch of flower

By Matisse – Sketch of flower

By Callot, Jacques - Ornate bowl

By Callot, Jacques – Ornate bowl

By Fragonard - Women and girls in a park with cypresses in Rome

By Fragonard – Women and girls in a park with cypresses in Rome

By Garzoni, Giovanna - Still-life with Morning Glory and Jasmine flowers

By Garzoni, Giovanna – Still-life with Morning Glory and Jasmine flowers

By Lorrain - Study of trees

By Lorrain – Study of trees

By Hockney - Flowerpot

By Hockney – Flowerpot

By Demuth, C. - Wild flowers beside a trunk

By Demuth, C. – Wild flowers beside a trunk

By Spitzweg, Carl - Pole beans

By Spitzweg, Carl – Pole beans

By Singer Sargent, J. - Spanish garden

By Singer Sargent, J. – Spanish garden

By López, Antonio - Inside the refrigerator

By López, Antonio – Inside the refrigerator

By Beuys - Girls and pink flowers

By Beuys – Girls and pink flowers

By Monet - Sketch of a water lily

By Monet – Sketch of a water lily

By Pissarro - Cabbages

By Pissarro – Cabbages

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2 responses to “Plants, trees, botanical and still life

  1. I love coming by and seeing your collections. And then seeing how different everyone’s art is. Pissarro to Money to Sargent to Hockney!

    • Welcome Carol! I like your last still-life, but I like very much what you achieved on your drawing of the foot and leg. Almost sculpturesque drawing, with own volume, rich of shadows and lights with own space.
      I agree your words. What a infinite ways to depict!
      Thanks for visiting Sketchuniverse.

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