Category: dutch painters

Rachel Ruysch (Dutch, 1664 – 1750): A still life of roses, a tulip, hyacinths, morning glories and other flowers in a vase, resting on a stone ledge (via Sotheby’s)

Alida Withoos (Dutch, c. 1670 – 1715): Tulips, chrysanthemums, honeysuckle, convolvulus and other flowers (via Bonhams)

Henriette Ronner-Knip (Dutch, 1821 – 1909): Motherhood (1880) (via Bonhams)

Rachel Ruysch (Dutch, 1664 – 1750): Still life of flowers in a glass vase on a marble ledge (1745) (via Sotheby’s)

Rachel Ruysch (Dutch, 1664 – 1750): A swag of grapes, hollyhocks, irises, mallow, African marigolds, clematis, a horse chestnut and blackberries with butterflies and other insects suspended before a stone arch (1681) (via Christie’s)

Rachel Ruysch (Dutch, 1664 – 1750): Still life with flowers (via Wikimedia Commons)

Rachel Ruysch (Dutch, 1664 – 1750): Forest Floor with a classical façade beyond (via Christie’s)

Anna Elisabeth Ruysch (Dutch, 1666 – after 1741): Still Life of Flowers in a Glass Vase (c. 1690s) (via Krannert Art Museum)

Maria van Oosterwijck (Dutch, 1630 – 1693): Vanitas still life (1668) (via Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien)

Rachel Ruysch (Dutch, 1664 – 1750): Still life with flowers (1706) (via Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien)