Category Archives: Prints

Sunflowers

Late summer conjures up images of sunflowers, in all their graphic glory…

Egon Schiele, Sunflowers, 1910      

Vincent Van Gogh, natch…

Gustav Klimt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joan Mitchell‘s Sunflowers

Untitled

Calvi

Piet Mondrian

17th century Italian prints by Ulisse Aldrovandi…thanks VintagePrintable

Botanical - Flower - Sunflower - Italian (3)

Botanical - Flower - Sunflower - Italian (2)

 German Botanical Wall Chart

Besler’s Floilegium, 1713…thanks Carleton College

Besler

50 million year old sunflower fossil found in Patagonia…thanks Geopolicraticus

The Heads Of State

Jeff Hayes

…and Ai Weiwei‘s strange and amazing sculpture, Sunflower Seeds, made from 100 million hand made porcelain seeds for the Tate Modern Gallery

 

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Last Of The Summer Flowers, Nasturtiums

Emma Dunbar

Janet Laura Scott…the three images below thanks to TheLinosaurus

John Hall Thorpe, 1922…

Unknown print artist…

Eugene Grasset’s 1897, ‘Plants & Their Application To Ornament’

 

 

Toni Hayden….

Textile design by M.P. Verneuil, 1898…

Anne Smith

Kenna Moser

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catherine Maize, 2010…

 Catherine Maize, Nasturtium

Ethel Stephens

Oscar Droege

Walter J. Phillips

Nasturtiums - WALTER J. PHILLIPS

Julian Merrow Smith

Mary Fedden

Mary Fedden - Nasturtiums

Clarice Cliff, 1932…

Henri Fantin Latour, 1880…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jean Townsend

 Vanessa Bowman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jo Self

 

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Gauloises Bleues

In honour of Bastille Day, that famous Gauloises Bleu made more famous by…

Robert Motherwell

Pierre Buraglio

Jean Villemot, 1957…thanks MemoryPub

Donald Brun, 1965…

donald brun, 1965

Advertising 1955-1960…and for all things Gaulioses, look no further than here

Silkscreen by Sir Peter Blake

…unknown artist, great ad. So French!…

gauloises ad

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Gyotaku, Japanese Fish Prints

Gyotaku, a traditional form of printing using real fish, originated with Japanese fishermen wanting to record the best catch of the day, and in the process,  making beautiful images…

Thank you MillStoneArtworks

Beautiful images from Annie Sessler of East End Fish Prints

Thank you DesignSponge!

Red Snapper..thank you Gyotaku.com

Thank you AlohaLetterpress. And check out Naoki Hayashi’s beautiful work here and below…

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