Plants, trees, botanical and still life

The unknown Baroque Woman and others

By Garzoni, Giovanna - 'Piatto di fichi' 17th century (The figs)

By Garzoni, Giovanna – ‘Piatto di fichi’ 17th century (The figs)

By Cézanne - Study of trees

By Cézanne – Study of trees

By Larsson, Carl - My pet resting in the garden

By Larsson, Carl – My pet resting in the garden

By Van Gogh - Study of a grove with walkers

By Van Gogh – Study of a grove with walkers

By Hockney - Bouquet

By Hockney – Bouquet

By Matisse - Sketch of the fruits of a fig tree

By Matisse – Sketch of the fruits of a fig tree

By Khakhar, Bhupen - Unknown title

By Khakhar, Bhupen – Unknown title

By Singer Sargent - Study of a lily

By Singer Sargent – Study of a lily

By Picasso - The postcard to Guillaume Apollinaire

By Picasso – The postcard to Guillaume Apollinaire

By Gris, J. - Carafe and glass

By Gris, J. – Carafe and glass

By Bessa, Pancrace - Study of a thorny plant

By Bessa, Pancrace – Study of a thorny plant

By Nolde - White nosegay

By Nolde – White nosegay

By Schiele - The white one fading

By Schiele – The white one fading

By Dürer - 'Turk's cap' lily

By Dürer – ‘Turk’s cap’ lily

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

  1. Tania Tome de Castro

    A very good selection of paintings!

  2. Still life … the beauty of the natural world. What lovely, peaceful images after the wartime scenes. All are great paintings, of course, but with a totally different focus. This set fills me with a sense of peace and calm. 🙂

  3. All beautiful but those figs are amazing! 🙂

    • Dear Wendy your comment makes me glad, because I thought that the gaze that saw these figs was so sensitive to understand some fruits as something living yet. Thanks for your comment 🙂

  4. I love this selection of different sights of plants. Colorful and just green, soft and edgy,… but they are all just … plants! Have a wonderful day, Nessy from the happinessygirls.com

  5. Very nice selection! Study of a thorny plant would have to be my favorite out of them all.
    ~A.R.
    http://rosearianna.com

  6. Es una seleccción preciosa pero sin duda mi favorita es el lirio turco, simple, sencillo, simétrico y colorido.

    • Qué ilusión que estés por aquí y qué descripción tan acertada. Además aún de forma tácita, tu elección sintoniza con este creador germánico por la vía tu puntito gótico idealista.
      A mi me fascina entrar en los detalles que acreditan el realismo perecedero de las hojas, con esas pequeñas zonas carcomidas por los insectos. Graciaaaaas ❤

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