Thursday, August 02, 2007

Rembrandt, the Tulips Not the Artist



Flower Still Life, 1669 by Maria Oosterwijck, Cincinnati Art Museum.

Dutch Still Life painting has remained a popular genre since it reached it's zenith in the 17th century. The beautiful colors and arrangements continue to attract and amaze people with their realism.

2 comments:

frykitty said...

This painting is travelling, and is in Portland, Oregon right now. It's one of my favorites, and I've spent much pleasant time gazing at it.

John M. said...

Gorgeous.

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