Étude de fleurs par Albin-Guillot

Laure Albin-Guillot :: Étude de fleurs [with vase], ca. 1930. Vintage fresson print. | src Seagrave Gallery
Laure Albin-Guillot :: Étude de fleurs [with vase], ca. 1930. Vintage fresson print. | src Seagrave Gallery

Étude de marguerites ca. 1880

Étude de marguerites, ca. 1880. Tirage Albuminé. numeroté 551 dans l'image | src Millon
Étude de marguerites, ca. 1880. Tirage Albuminé. numeroté 551 dans l’image | src Millon

Gommans’ Flowers in Dutch Light

Stella Gommans :: All Delicate and Dreamy. From : "Flowers in Dutch Light" at Elliott Gallery
Stella Gommans :: All Delicate and Dreamy. From : “Flowers in Dutch Light” at Elliott Gallery
Stella Gommans :: In My Mind. Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Paper. From : "A Declaration of Love. Flowers in Dutch Light"
Stella Gommans :: In My Mind. Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Paper. From: “A Declaration of Love. Flowers in Dutch Light
Stella Gommans :: Head up Gorgeous. From : “Flowers in Dutch Light” at Elliott Gallery
Stella Gommans :: Head up Gorgeous. From : “Flowers in Dutch Light” at Elliott Gallery

All images: Archival Pigment Prints on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Paper

A Declaration of Love

dandelion
Stella Gommans :: Field of Dreams. From : “A Declation of Love. Flowers in Dutch Light” | src Gommans
Stella Gommans :: Field of Dreams. From : “A Declation of Love. Flowers in Dutch Light” | src Gommans

This series celebrates flowers – capturing their different phases and the variety of shapes and colours – each telling their own story. In beautiful detail it depicts how the light emphasises the elegance of the stem, or how it catches the leaf, or how it allows us to catch a glimpse of the brittle petals and the burst of colours when in full bloom. The viewer is invited to look closer and sometimes even take a step back, because in that instant – hidden aspects emerge – like a choreography, a fabulous dance.

‘A Declaration of Love, flowers in Dutch light’ is a series that symbolises life.

Flowers naturally bloom in all their strength, vulnerability and beauty – with elegance and grace – poetically captured in that single moment in time, never to be repeated again.

It is a serenade to life and love! [quoted from Stella Gommans website]

Stella Gommans :: Magic in Process. From : “Flowers in Dutch Light”
Stella Gommans :: Magic in Process. From : “Flowers in Dutch Light” at Elliott Gallery
Stella Gommans :: A Fresh Start. From : “Flowers in Dutch Light” at Elliott Gallery
Stella Gommans :: You Are Awesome. From : “Flowers in Dutch Light” at Elliott Gallery
Stella Gommans :: Take Your Time. From : “Flowers in Dutch Light” at Elliott Gallery
Stella Gommans :: Kind of Classy. From : “Flowers in Dutch Light” at Elliott Gallery
Stella Gommans :: Head up Gorgeous. From : “Flowers in Dutch Light” at Elliott Gallery

All images: Archival Pigment Prints on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Paper

Hommage to Sanyu by Meeuws

Bas Meeuws :: Hommage à Sanyu (# 09), 2018. C-Type print. | src Per van der Horst Gallery at Photo Basel
Bas Meeuws :: Hommage à Sanyu (# 09), 2018. C-Type print. | src Per van der Horst Gallery at Photo Basel

A photographical interpretation of the magical, almost abstract flower paintings by the great Chinese painter Sanyu (1901-1966). The Homage à Sanyu series is inspired by the paintings of the Chinese – French artist Sanyu (or Chang Yu), who lived and worked in Paris in the early 20th century. In works from this series, Meeuws makes a photographic translation of Sanyu’s painting into a modern medium. He wants to translate Sanyu’s paintings photographically without destroying the atmosphere of those paintings.

Bas Meeuws :: Hommage à Sanyu (# 35), 2018. C-print op Dibond met acrylglas. | src amuse
Bas Meeuws :: Hommage à Sanyu (# 35), 2018. C-print op Dibond met acrylglas. | src amuse
Bas Meeuws :: Hommage à Sanyu (# 12), 2018. C-print op Dibond met acrylglas. | src Galerie Wilms
Bas Meeuws :: Hommage à Sanyu (# 12), 2018. C-print op Dibond met acrylglas. | src Galerie Wilms

Vaas met rozen (Autochrome)

Vaas met rozen, anonymous, ca. 1907 - ca. 1935. Autochrome (Glass 9x12 cm). | src Rijksmuseum | Detail
Vaas met rozen, anonymous, ca. 1907 – ca. 1935. Autochrome (Glass 9×12 cm). | src Rijksmuseum | Detail
Vase with roses, anonymous, ca. 1907 - ca. 1935. Autochrome (Glass 9x12 cm). | src Rijksmuseum
Vase with roses, anonymous, ca. 1907 – ca. 1935. Autochrome (Glass 9×12 cm). | src Rijksmuseum
Vase with roses, anonymous, ca. 1907 - ca. 1935. Autochrome (Glass 9x12 cm). | src Rijksmuseum
Vase with roses, anonymous, ca. 1907 – ca. 1935. Autochrome (Glass 9×12 cm). | src Rijksmuseum

Primrose · Russian Autochromes

Piotr I. Vedenisov (1866-1937) :: Flowers in a vase, 1910s. Autochrome. From: Primrose • Russian Colour Photography. | src MAMM
Piotr I. Vedenisov (1866-1937) :: Flowers in a vase, 1910s. Autochrome. From: Primrose • Russian Colour Photography. | src MAMM
Piotr Ivanovich Vedenisov (1866-1937) :: Vera Nikolaevna Vedenisova, ca. 1910. Autochrome.
Piotr Ivanovich Vedenisov (1866-1937) :: Portrait of Vera Nikolaevna Vedenisova, ca. 1910. Autochrome.
Piotr Ivanovich Vedenisov (1866-1937) :: Vera Nikolaevna Vedenisova in oriental folk dress, 1909-1914. Autochrome. | src FOAM and NKFU
Piotr Ivanovich Vedenisov (1866-1937) :: Vera Nikolaevna Vedenisova in oriental folk dress, 1909-1914. Autochrome. | src FOAM and NKFU
Piotr I. Vedenisov (Russian, 1866-1937) :: Uknown woman, Crimea, Yalta, ca. 1914. Autochrome. / NKFU
Piotr I. Vedenisov (Russian, 1866-1937) :: Uknown woman, Crimea, Yalta, ca. 1914. Autochrome. | src NKFU

Still-lifes · Florence Henri

Florence Henri :: Still Life with Mirrors and Fruit, 1929; printed 1974. Photoemulsion on linen mounted to a stretcher. | src Swann Galleries
Florence Henri, Still-life with Lemon and Pear ca. 1929 LL-91567
Florence Henri (1893-1982) :: Still-life with Lemon and Pear, ca. 1929. Gelatin silver print. | src Luminous Lint – LL/91567
Florence Henri, Abstract Composition, 1932 Swann Galleries LL-94330
Florence Henri (1893-1982) :: Abstract Composition, 1932. Gelatin silver print. | src Swann Galleries
Florence Henri :: Still Life with Mirrors and Fruit, 1929; printed 1974. Photoemulsion on linen mounted to a stretcher. | src Swann Galleries
Florence Henri :: Still Life with Mirrors and Fruit, 1929; printed 1974. Photoemulsion on linen mounted to a stretcher. | src Swann Galleries
Florence Henri :: Nature Morte, 1931. Gelatin silver print. | src Holden Luntz Gallery
Florence Henri (1893-1982) :: Nature Morte, 1931. Gelatin silver print. | src Holden Luntz Gallery

Autochrome of vase with anemones

vase with anemones autochrome
Vaas met anemonen, anoniem, ca. 1907 - ca. 1935.  (detail) | src Rijksmuseum
Vaas met anemonen, anoniem, ca. 1907 – ca. 1935. (detail) | src Rijksmuseum
Anonymous. Vase with Anemones, ca. 1907 - ca. 1935. | src Rijksmuseum
Anonymous. Vase with Anemones, ca. 1907 – ca. 1935. | src Rijksmuseum
Vaas met anemonen, anonymous, ca. 1907 - ca. 1935 | src Rijksmuseum
Vaas met anemonen, anonymous, ca. 1907 – ca. 1935 | src Rijksmuseum