Fruitful florals. Auspicious cranes. The tale of Dutch Tulips. Discover what’s hidden undercover in these three symbolic works of art with these zip pockets.
Still Life with Flowers in a Glass Vase, c1650-83 © Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Two Tulips, a Shell, a Butterfly and a Dragonfly, 1637 - 1645 © Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Woman's Haori with White and Red Cranes, 1920-40 © Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Abundant allegory. Compositional opulence. Sumptuous symbolism. 17th century Dutch artist Jan Davidsz de Heem gained considerable recognition during his lifetime for his skill at painting still-lifes, where every exquisite detail has a double meaning.
Delicate Dragonflies. Beguiling butterflies. Flowers full of meaning. 17th century German painter, Jacob Marrel, lived in Utrecht during the Dutch Golden Age and studied with Jan Davidsz de Heem. Marrel is best known for his wonderful watercolors of tulips in bloom – Tulipomania.
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Maxi 25 x 32 cm (10" x 13")
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