A Nosegay of Roses, Marigolds, Larkspur and a Bumblebee is a Northern Renaissance Oil on Canvas Painting created by Rachel Ruysch in 1695. It lives in a private collection. The image is in the Public Domain, and tagged Still Lifes, Flowers and Insects. Source
Rachel Ruysch’s flowers electrified the court of the Netherland’s Elector Johann Wilhelm — a childhood in the home of a botanist, a steady hand and an eye for dramatic composition made Ruysch one of the most successful still life artists of her day.