Plants, trees, botanical and still life

Dear followers: my grandmother who was born before the invention of the plastic stuff, and therefore ‘The Colour’s Boom’ in our lifes; teached me to love these little ‘creatures of chlorophyll’, also able to bring us excellent fragrances. I wish you the best bouquets, that you deserve for your loyalty to this site!

By Singer Sargent - A garden vase

By Singer Sargent – A garden vase

By Matisse - The nap under a 'monstera deliciosa'

By Matisse – The nap under a ‘monstera deliciosa’

By Cézanne - A nosegay in a blue bottle

By Cézanne – A nosegay in a blue bottle

By Degas - An study of a lone tree

By Degas – An study of a lone tree

By Buffet, Bernard - Still-life with a bottle

By Buffet, Bernard – Still-life with a bottle

By Da Vinci - Study of plants with sheaths and fruits. On the right side, acorns

By Da Vinci – Study of plants with sheaths and fruits. On the right side, acorns

By Nolde - Unknown title

By Nolde – Unknown title

By Dürer - Study of a linden tree

By Dürer – Study of a linden tree

By Rohlfs, Christian - Red flowers in a vase

By Rohlfs, Christian – Red flowers in a vase

By Pissarro - A path next to a ditch with willows

By Pissarro – A path next to a ditch with willows

By Schiele - A withered flower

By Schiele – A withered flower

By Mondrian, Piet - Roses

By Mondrian, Piet – Roses

By Greenaway, Kate - A blue ribbon with two tulips

By Greenaway, Kate – A blue ribbon with two tulips

By Dufy, Raoul - Still-life

By Dufy, Raoul – Still-life

By Braque - Two apples 'golden delicious'

By Braque – Two apples ‘golden delicious’

By Warhol - Sketch of tray for the oven with a piglet

By Warhol – Sketch of tray for the oven with a piglet

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

  1. Rita

    How beautiful! You lift my spirits with these beautiful pieces. Blessings to you, SK ❤

  2. La braqueuse

    I love this article. Beautifull pics.
    Merci merci

  3. Muy bellas imágenes, como siempre. Las rosas azules, los tulipanes y el árbol de Durik son incríbles, pero es difícil escoger solo unas pocas imágenes como favoritas 😛

    Que tengas muy buen fin de semana.
    PD: siempre que entro aquí me siento rara hablándote en español, la próxima lo haré en inglés jajaja, o mejor “hahaha”.

    Un beso!

    • Tus visitas son maravillosas, por lo que no necesitas escribir en inglés. Tus comentarios para mí son un Oasis, pues no necesito traducir. ¿Sabías que las rosas azules son de Mondrian, ese artista tan utilizado en publicidad, por sus rectángulos de colores planos y su abstracción? Sí, los tulipanes son de una delicadeza suprema. Noto que los motivos florales, también despiertan tus sentidos. No sé cómo agradecerte tus visitas y comentarios. De momento no los olvido. Eres muy sensible, atenta y muy generosa. Un cálido abrazo.

  4. breathtaking collection of floral art works! made my day 🙂 lovely, thanks for sharing them all together, cheers, debi

    • Debi Oh, I’m checking on your site, you know how to oxygenate the colour with so much space. That only is able for whom achieved a very clear insight, synthesizing shapes. Your art is forthright but exquisite and sublime. Thank you so much for sharing it. ❤

  5. Little creatures of chlorophyll is a lovely description. Where would we be without the wonderful botanical species on our planet? Trees are my personal favourites, but all your pictures are beautiful.

  6. What a great bunch of paintings! Thanks for sharing these pieces with us 🙂

  7. Each piece you highlight is beautiful and unique- I was so happy to see you at my site today! Thank you my friend :)) I love to be here too and get lost in this classic art you select. Simply wonderful! Xx :))

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