Heade Paintings

Romanticism

Paintings Reproductions Heade, Martin Johnson Still Life with Apple Blossoms in a Nautilus Shell, 1870
Heade Paintings 1819 - 1904  USA, Hudson River School

Still Life with Apple Blossoms in a Nautilus Shell, 1870

Oil on canvas, 20 7/8 x 17 inches (53.3 x 43.2 cm)

Private collection

Paintings of Flowers

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OIL PAINTING:  Still Life with Apple Blossoms in a Nautilus Shell, 1870

      During his later years in St. Augustine Heade also painted numerous still lifes of southern flowers, especially magnolia blossoms laid on velvet. This was a continuation of an interest in still life that Heade had developed since the 1860s. His earlier oil paintings in this genre typically depict a display of flowers arranged in an ornate vase of small or medium size on a cloth-covered table. Heade was the only 19th century American artist to create such an extensive body of work in both still life and landscape.