|Who painted this? #37|
But where are they - and who painted them? (...and the rest!)
My clue this week is that I once tried portraying the same scene but ended up opting for the architecture rather than the people - who I ended up sketching separately.
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How to participate in "Who painted this? #37"
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- use your brains not software to find the answer
- search using words only on a database of images
- leave your answer as a comment on this blog
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- the winner - who gets a mention and a link on/from this blog - is the first person to give me a completely correct answer for ALL the things I want to know
Who Painted This #36 - The Answer
Bouquet of Flowers on a Ledge
by Ambrosius Bosschaert
- Title of the artwork: Bouquet of Flowers on a Ledge
- Name of the artist who created this artwork: Ambrosius Bosschaert (1573 - 1621) (Dutch "Golden Age" painter)
- Date it was created: (1619 - 1620)
- Media used: Oil on copper, 279.4 mm (11 in). Width: 228.6 mm (9 in); Framed: 15 1/2 x 14 x 2 in. (39.37 x 35.56 x 5.08 cm)
- Where it lives now: Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Currently on public view:
Ahmanson Building, floor 3 MAP IT
For those of you interested in paintings of flowers from the past, you might be interested in my website A History of Botanical Art.
Who guessed correct?Who painted this #36? Congratulations to Bernadette Madden who found the right answer first
Others who also got it right - in order - are:
- Sophie Ploeg
- Roger Brown My Botswana Art
- Barbara Jackson
- Jacqui Boyd
- Colours and Textures
- John O'Grady
- Patrick Connors
- Alyson Champ
If you'd like to study how people get the correct answer try studying past challenges which are listed in the Page Who painted this? - at the the top of the Page. Since of the requirements is to say how you found it, you can see the various ways people get to the answer.
Just for the record - anybody who leaves a comment on the page which lists all the "who painted this?" rather than the specific blog post is not counted. You have been warned!