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A sprig of Apple Blossom with various insects. Bodycolour on a black background. The artist of the present work is not known, but it is very close to the work of Barbara Regina Dietzsch (1706-1783) and her younger sister Margareta Barbara (1726-1795), from a family of Nuremberg artists. Their work is characterised by its black background which sets off their use of bright colours and a sharp hard finish.

A sprig of Apple Blossom with various insects. Bodycolour on a black background, artist unknown, is close to the work of Barbara Regina Dietzsch and her younger sister Margareta Barbara from a family of Nuremberg artists.

Barbara Regina Dietzsch (1706-1783) - Buscar con Google

The artwork Rose and jasmine flower arrangement - Artist Artist we deliver as art print on canvas, poster, plate or finest hand made paper. You define the size yourself.

Barbara Regina Dietsch 1703 - 1783.

something divinely blue for your wedding. {artwork: Barbara Regina Dietzsch: Primula auricula with caterpillar and pale clouded yellow butterfly}

"Primula, ladybird and butterfly" (18th century) from the circle of Barbara Regina Dietzsch

From the Circle of Barbara Regina Dietzsch, Primula, ladybird & butterfly, century.

Plate 61: Magnolia altissima, flore ingenti candid. Mark Catesby, The Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, Vol. 2. London, 1731.

libraricana: “ “I think that flowers are something inherently disgusting. I mean, are people aware what a horrible thing these flowers are? I mean, basically it’s an open invitation to all insects and.

Magnolia illustration from Mark Catesby’s The natural history of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, 1731-1743

Magnolia illustration from Mark Catesby’s The natural history of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, (I love magnolias, tho I've only seen them in NC.

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