Art Friday: Flowers in gardens and fields

George Marks (1857-1933) - The Rhododendron Walk
Art Friday: Flowers in gardens and fields

Todays paintings are for anyone needing a quiet and tranquil place to rest awhile. 

A place that is calm and peaceful, removing all those sad thoughts, bad news and world events that only bring heartbreak and replaces it with flowers, perfume and beauty. 

Lets all escape just for a while. 


Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.

(John 14:27)

Abbott Fuller Graves (1859 - 1936) - Spring Garden
Mary Dipnall — High Pastures
Kaethe Hoeltzell
Arthur Parton
Anton Filkuka (1888-1957) 
Mary Dipnall — Bluebell Path
Daniel Garber (1880-1958)
Michael James Smith — Derbyshire in Spring
Gerhard Nesvadba - Poppies and Wheatfield
Mary Dipnall
S.M. Lee, The Last Days of Summer
Jean Marc Janiaczyk

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Comments

  1. Pretty! My favourites are "High Pastures", and the one by Mary Dipnall (ie the two ones with daisies - I love daisies!), and I also like the one showing the children gathering flowers. :) "Derbyshire" in Spring is another lovely one - the water looks so real - very talented!

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    1. I really like the art of Mary Dipnall, I find it all very calm and peaceful. I might post a few on my Facebook page.

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  2. I looked for the Australian Garden....!!!

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    1. That very first one could be in the Adelaide Hills, perhaps the Mount Lofty Nature park!!

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  3. All these pictures are very peaceful. I just want to stop and soak them all in. I really like the picture with the daisies from Mary Dipnall. Simply stunning.

    I hope you have a blessed weekend.

    Blessings,
    Amy

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    1. Thankyou Amy - you have picked my favourite. Mary Dipnall does some gorgeous work :)

      Have a wonderful weekend and God bless.

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  4. Crazy, but the last one really caught my eye. Like so many others I did like the daisies though =)
    His peace is wonderful - better than any other fix!
    love,
    Bets

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    1. A little crazy!! :))) I like the last one too but I don't find it as calming as the some of the others.

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  5. My favorites are by Mary Dipnal, but the one by Michael James Smith of Derbyshire is also very good. :-)

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    1. Sometimes I can be hard picking a favourite. :))

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  6. My favourite would be the one with the children collecting flowers, thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures at Good Morning Mondays. Blessings

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    1. Glad you enjoyed these, flowers are always so lovely to look at.

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