Trivium Art HistoryRachel Ruysch

A Nosegay of Roses, Marigolds, Larkspur and a Bumblebee

A Nosegay of Roses, Marigolds, Larkspur and a Bumblebee, 1695 — Rachel Ruysch,
32 cm25.8 cm

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 at the Private Collection in The World of Art. 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.

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