Some Still Life Paintings by Others that I Enjoy

Some Still Life Paintings by Others that I Enjoy

After painting still life last week, and not usually drawn to painting “things” myself, I spent some time looking at those done by other artists. In this post are some still life done by others that I enjoyed. All these explore something other than the things themselves, which I wholeheartedly embrace.

(Regarding attributions, I have included as much information as I have.)

by Piet Raemdonck

 

by Mandy Budan

 

by Jane Walker

 

by Jen Evenhus

 

The Terrace by George Braque

 

Still Life by Fernand Leger

 

by Keith Mallett

 

by Arline Richman

 

 

Fresh Flowers XVIII by Piet Raemdonck –

 

 

by Page Pierson Railback

 

by Janet Fish

 

Orange Box by Terence Clarke

 

Strawberry Reflections by Judy Nunno

 

by Angus Wilson

 

 

Ascension by Andrea Kantrowitz

 

Branching Out by Linda Bell

 

by Craig Cossey

 

by Carrie Walker

 

Still Life, Almond Branch by Vincent van Gogh

 

by Dmitri Annenkov

 

Kraft Salad Dressing 1973 by Janet Fish

 

New York Rooftops by Mstislav

 

Toaster with Green Apples by Linnea Tobias

 

by Carrie Walker

 

 

 

 

 

Pears Lace and Patterns by Rosalina Bojadschijew

 

by Bo Fransson

 

The Goldfish by Henri Matisse

 

 

Gone to Seed by Elizabeth Nelson

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2 Comments

  1. John gregory 5 months ago

    Extradinary talented friends❤️
    Thanks for these blessings.

  2. Sue Krevitt 5 months ago

    So appreciated, Polly. Thank you for putting some colorful and enjoyable art in my Office Nest
    this morning. My faves? Ascension (garlics) by Kantrowitz, and Dmitri Annenkov’s Apples in Barrel.
    Art is so essential.

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