Monday, January 26, 2015

Still Life by Francisco de Zurbarán at the Norton Simon Museum of Art + Website Update...

I took this photograph of "Still Life with Lemons, Oranges and a Rose" by Francisco de Zurbarán at the Norton Simon Museum of Art.  I feel it has a powerful draw.  To Catholics of the 17th century, this painting would have had deep symbolic religious meaning.  It is the only signed and dated piece by this master of the Seville school of painting.  I find its beauty inspiring.

Al-Rubaie Art is a contemporary master when comes to still life paintings.  She does some of the most amazing paintings I have ever seen, if you have a chance, take a look at her magnificent paintings.

I am linking this post with Inspire Me Monday

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This is one of my rare still life paintings.  I was inspired by the theme of five random things.  It has a lucky cat, a cherry, a pretty ribbon, a pear, and a heart shaped nut shell...  The piece has a soft realist feel.  Although I no longer have the original, I do have this piece available as prints and ACEOs!

Every week on Tuesday, I try to list a small original, some giclee art prints, and giclee LE ACEO prints at promotional prices. Visit here to see what I have available this week! 


Christine said...

your still life is beautiful, as is your inspiration painting!

Margie said...

Lisa, between my packing for my trip I had a few minutes to visit, so here I am ...LOL
Glad I did as I got to see your wonderful 'still life' painting.
It is truly wonderful and you are truly gifted.
I also like the "still life' by Francisco de Zurbaran.

See you next week,I am excited about my trip :-)

Take care, dear Lisa. xx

Out of Sight L said...

What to say that hasn't been said so beautifully you deserve all compliments in the world my dear Lisa Isabella, inspiration is wonderful and how exciting to find that piece, love your still life, always x

Lisabella Russo said...

Awww, thanks so much Christine, Margie, and Lorraine! I hope you have a wonderful trip Margie.

Magic Love Crow said...

Such a beautiful painting ;o) I love yours! So cute!