Category: flowers

Jan Visser jr. – Dahlia’s – c. 1920

Jan Visser jr. – Dahlia’s – c. 1920

Jan Visser jr. (Groningen, 18 October 1856 – Aerdenhout, 23 December 1938) was a Dutch painter. He was best known for his colorful flower still lifes.

Jan Visser jr – Blooming rhododendrons – c. 19…

Jan Visser jr – Blooming rhododendrons – c. 1920

art-and-things-of-beauty:Jan Visser jr (1858-1…

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Jan Visser jr (1858-1938) – Carnations and Sweet Peas, oil on board, 50,3 x 40,1 cm. 1929.

Jan Visser jr. (Groningen, 18 October 1856 – Aerdenhout, 23 December 1938) was a Dutch painter. He was best known for his colorful flower still lifes.

thunderstruck9:Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita (Du…

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Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita (Dutch, 1868-1944), White lilies, 1905. Pencil, watercolour and gouache on paper, 42 x 30 cm.

Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita (6 June 1868 – c. 11 February 1944) was a Dutch graphic artist active in the years before the Second World War. His pupils included graphic artist M. C. Escher (1898–1972).

Maria Margaretha van Os (Dutch, 1780 – 1862): …

Maria Margaretha van Os (Dutch, 1780 – 1862): Still Life with a Vase of Flowers, Clementines, and Raspberries (via Lempertz)

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huariqueje:

Anemonen   –   Toon Kelder

Dutch, 1894-1973

Oil on canvas, 35,5 x 23,6 cm.

Anthonius Bernardus (Toon) Kelder (Rotterdam, 24 November 1894 – The Hague, 7 April 1973) was a Dutch painter, draftsman and sculptor.

huariqueje: Still Life   –  Toon Kelder  Dutch…

huariqueje:

Still Life   –  Toon Kelder 

Dutch 1894-1973

Oil on canvas 

Anthonius Bernardus (Toon) Kelder (Rotterdam, 24 November 1894 – The Hague, 7 April 1973) was a Dutch painter, draftsman and sculptor.

Henriette Geertruida Knip – Bouquet – 1834

Henriette Geertruida Knip – Bouquet – 1834

Henriëtte Geertruida Knip (19 July 1783 – 29 May 1842) was a flower painter from the Northern Netherlands.

Knip was born in Tilburg as the daughter of the painter Nicolaas Frederik Knip. After her father went blind, she followed lessons from her older brother, Joseph August Knip. In 1802, she followed him to Paris and took lessons from the flower painter Gerard van Spaendonck. She became a successful painter and spent summers in Haarlem painting the flowers of the various flower companies, and she spent winters in Amsterdam teaching ladies how to paint.

In 1824 she went back again to Paris to take lessons from the artist Jan Frans van Dael. When her brother began to go blind, she was able to support his family as well as herself. She never married and died in Haarlem. Her work is sometimes confused with that of her niece Henriëtte Ronner-Knip, whose works generally contain animals.

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Henriette Geertruide Knip

Henriëtte Geertruida Knip (19 July 1783 – 29 May 1842) was a flower painter from the Northern Netherlands.

laclefdescoeurs:A Bouquet, 1820, Henriëtte Gee…

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A Bouquet, 1820, Henriëtte Geertruida Knip

Henriëtte Geertruida Knip (19 July 1783 – 29 May 1842)[1] was a flower painter from the Northern Netherlands.