Sunday, April 17, 2016

Let's think about arranging flowers....

...on this wet and snowy April day.

Charles Webster Hawthorne (American artist, 1872-1930) 
Arranging Daffodils

 Francis Luis Mora (American artist, 1874-1940).  
Flowers of the Field 1913

   Richard Edward or Emil Miller (American painter, 1875-1943)

Karl Albert Buehr (German-born American Painter, 1866-1952) 

 Frederick Frieseke (American artist, 1874-1939) Mahda 1921

Jean Frederic Bazille (French Impressionist Painter, 1841-1870) 
Woman Arranging Flowers

  Theo van Rysselberghe (Belgian artist, 1862-1926) 
 Girl Arranging Flowers

Theo van Rysselberghe (Belgian artist, 1862-1926) 
Woman arranging flowers

 Robert Brackman (American artist, 1898–1980) 
Persephone and Flowers

 James Jabusa Shannon (American-born British painter, 1962-1923) 
The Green Vase 1898

I hope you've enjoyed this Sunday respite from the snow. 

"I am following nature without being able to grasp her, I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."  Claude Monet


  1. Beautiful! Aw! Such a lovely endeavor. Thank you, Jody!

  2. Lovely paintings. I love them all. I was also thinking that arranging flowers seems to me one of those things I love to do but for me nothing is prettier than my flowers in old blue ball canning jars. Delightful paintings in every way. Thank you.

  3. I needed to see that. I am so tired of the snow. Thanks for sharing. My husband got me the bird feeder from Bomgaars in Spearfish.

  4. Oh so pretty Jody! This is why I love your blog -- one day farming, the next ... beautiful art!


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