ART EXPANDS OUR WORLD AND LIBERATES OUR SOUL! German artist Marrel Jacob (1613/1614-1681) was renowned for his still life paintings; he worked in both his native country as well as Utretcht, Netherlands during the Dutch Golden Age.
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Just click on the blog……. We are still experiencing technical difficulties, so enjoy this reprise of an earlier blog. TWO WOMEN WITH SUNFLOWERS & MOONFLOWERS A GIFT TO THE WORLD After women, flowers are the most lovely thing God has given the world. Christian Dior British artist George Dunlop […]
In a previous blog, I spotlighted the floral work of Russian artist Boris Kustodiev (1878-1927) above. Have you ever seen such striking purples and lavenders in a bouquet of flowers? The arrangement, too, is overflowing with vitality and energy, barely contained by its vase. Kustodiev, who was an active painter, stage designer, and book illustrator […]
British painter Marianne North (1830-1890) was multi-talented, combining her knowledge of biology and botany with artistic expressiveness. She also traveled widely, from her home in England to the Caribbean to Asian destinations.
Enjoy the aftermath of Christmas with this unforgettable bouquet of roses by Swedish artist Carl Larsson (1853-1919).
French artist Edouard Vuillard (1868-1940) often created interiors and still lifes, filled with rich colors and complex patterns.
How could I resist spotlighting another masterpiece by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, a revelation of spectacular color.
French master Edouard Manet (1832-1883) created some of the most exquisite flowers in the history of art during the last year of his lfe.
Romanian artist Stefan Luchian (1868-1916) eventually achieved success in his country, but also had to struggle with chronic disease of multiple sclerosis.
French artist Henri Rousseau (1844-1910) was self-taught, creating a unique vision of art, from colorful floral arrangements (as seen before) to exotic jungle scenes.