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Herman Henstenburgh

Dutch born artist Herman Henstenburgh [1667 – 1726] produced these still life watercolours circa 1700. These paintings progress the floral notoriety of the dutch artists into combine the scientific approach to still life with something who’s emphasis was on decoration. Read more about him here.

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One comment on “Herman Henstenburgh

  1. Tracy Morrow
    May 29, 2012

    Reblogged this on BUBA MARA'S GARDEN and commented:
    These paintings are beautiful. I am amazed they were painted c.1700. I don’t ever remember seeing art like this from that period.

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