Rachel ruysch flower still life after 1700. There are so many blossoms that the vase cant contain them and they seem to be spilling out. Family portrait with flower still life in the making 1716 flowers by rachel ruysch and portraits by her husband juriaen pool. Her dad was a professor of botany and anatomy which is likely what inspired ruysch.
1726 oil on canvas 756 x 606 cm toledo museum of art flower still life depicts a lush variety of different flowers from popular common european blooms to rare overseas species. Posy of flowers with a red admiral butterfly on a marble ledge c. A drooping marigold and other flowers spilling out of the vase detail rachel ruysch flower still life c.
Basket of flowers 1711 uffizi. In flower still life she depicts a floral arrangement of blossoms. Rachel ruysch flower still life after 1700.
Rachel ruysch 1664 1750 the greatest of all female dutch realist artists rachel ruysch specialised in flowers pictures and still life painting in the tradition of other women artists of the dutch golden age such as judith leyster 1609 60 maria van oosterwijk 1630 93 and maria sybille merian 1647. Museum of art ohio artist. The dutch republic date.
Held at stadtmuseum dusseldorf. Beth harris moved rachel ruysch flowers still life after 1700 toledo museum of art from renaissance to modern through the 19th century to in process completed and ready to publish lynn robinson set rachel ruysch flowers still life after 1700 toledo museum of art to be due. By rachel ruysch one of the best still life painters.
Rachel ruysch the hague 3 june 1664 amsterdam 12 october 1750 was a still life painter from the northern netherlandsshe specialized in flowers inventing her own style and achieving international fame in her lifetime. She also arranged the. Due to a long and successful career that spanned over six decades she became the best documented woman painter of the dutch golden age being followed by jan van huysum.
The following is a list of works by rachel ruysch that are generally accepted as autograph by the netherlands institute for art history and other sources. 1700 by rachel ruysch.