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    Floral Art , Flowers Art - Paintings & Artworks

    Two Beautiful Lotus Flowers Painting by Ogawa Kazumasa

    Floral Art | By TheBimba

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    Lotus Painting by John La farge

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    Blossoming Solace Abstract Flower Painting

    Abstract Art | By TheBimba

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    The Whispering Leaves Abstract Painting

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    White Iris Flower Painting by Ogawa Kazumasa

    Floral Art | By TheBimba

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    Azalea Floral Painting by Ogawa Kazumasa

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    Tree Peony Flower Painting by Ogawa Kazumasa

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    Set of 2 Floral Painting by Henry Frederick Conrad Sander

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    Floral Painting by Fidelia Briges

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    Grace, color, calmness, and a blossoming new mindset — these are just a few things that a floral painting will enable for you and your house. Floral artwork in the past was a part of our homes in the form of wallpapers. Back in the days, vintage floral wallpapers were a staple interior designing element and this was a practice that was soon to reflect in other parts of our homes as well. Floral linens? Check. Floral curtains? Check. Floral-designed cutlery? Check. In the last decade, floral wall art has re-emerged and become an essential part of home decor and interior designing. It is an old element that has been given a new face and a new life. Flower as a painting subject has not only been portrayed by artists of the 21st century but has been an object of interest for art schools since ancient and medieval times. The evergreen flower painting has a history that emerged from all over the world, to give it an origin would be unfair to the budding trend which developed as separate entities. Famous flower paintings have been a hit in the West but the significance and beauty of a flower have been consequentially captured by several schools of Indian art as well. Seen repeatedly as a subject in Mughal miniature paintings, Gond paintings, Madhubani paintings, and Pichwai paintings, floral painting had firmly established itself as one of the leading painting themes. As simple as a lotus flower is a common depiction in paintings by John La Farge and Pichwai paintings, which reflect the unity in diversity that the power of flower holds. Our dynamic range of collections consists of paintings from artists like Fidelia Briges, Childe Hassam, Abbott Handerson, Eliphalet Fraser Andrews, Mary Vaux Walcott, Edward Lower, Henry Frederick Conrad Sander, and John La Farge. These premium prints have been designed in a way to give competition to stunning acrylic flower painting. The Mary Vaux Walcott floral painting comes in sets of three and is collated in a manner that complements each other. Walcott was an American artist and a naturalist who was known for her flowers painting. Her paintings were inspired by her childhood memories of traveling to mountainous terrain and her trekking expeditions which soon turned into a passionate talent that she developed over the years and created several watercolor paintings which depicted wildflowers. Another artist who is known for his famous flower painting was Henry Frederick Conrad Sander. An orchidologist and nurseryman, Sander was known for his publications on orchids especially ‘Reichenbachia’ which was a four-volume 19th-century text depicting life-size illustrations and descriptions of around 200 orchids. His set of 2 floral painting depicts neutral-colored orchids which sit perfectly with minimal interiors. Additionally, another famous artist in our collection of floral wall art is Abbott Handerson. A lover of nature, flora, and fauna, Henderson was famous for painting portraits, figures, animals, flowers, and landscapes. His set of 2 floral paintings are set amongst a lush green background and makes for a perfect pair of paintings for home decor. Flower wall art became a hit amongst budding artists and some of the most famous flower paintings have been painted by eminent artists. A prominent painter who has produced a number of floral paintings in his life was Vincent Van Gogh. His work, which stands out because of its unique technique, depicts some of the most natural yet captivating flowers. Paintings like ‘Irises’, ‘Vase with Twelve Sunflowers’, ‘Almond Blossoms’, ‘Vase with Poppies’ and ‘Still Life: Pink Roses’ rightly capture the diversity and beauty of flowers. Apart from Gogh, other famous flowers painting are by artists like Mary Cassatt ‘Lilacs in a Window’, Ambrosius Bosschaert ‘Still0Life of Flowers’, Paul Gauguin, ‘The Painter of Sunflowers’ and Claude Monet ‘The Artist’s Garden at Giverny’. The floral artwork collection at the Bimba is an amalgamation of various flower art paintings by artists from all over the world. Our collection gives you a peek into the beauty of how flowers are portrayed differently by each artist. Set in different tones, moods, and colors, the floral painting collection gives you a variety of famous flower paintings to choose from. From a single canvas to pairs of twos and threes, this floral artwork is curated in a way that will provide a diversity of options to choose from and the choice to go from minimal to bold. Now that we have made you fall in love with some floral beauty, check out the collection of Floral Artwork like Wild Flowers Set of 3 Floral Paintings by Maru Vaux Walcott, Ferns Set of 3 Floral Paintings by Edward Lowe, Set of 2 Floral Painting by Henry Frederick Conrad Sander, Flower Studies Set of 2 Floral Painting by Abbott Handerson, Set of Poppies and Margin of a Moat Paintings by Eliphalet Fraser Andrews, Lotus Painting by John La Farge.
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