Flowers on a Marble Ledge by Rachel Ruysch
Cross stitch chart or kit from the Scarlet Quince Dutch Masters Fine Art Collection.
Rachel Ruysch (June 3, 1664 — Amsterdam, August 12, 1750) was a Dutch artist who specialised in still-life paintings of flowers, one of only three significant women artists in Dutch Golden Age painting, of whom Maria van Oosterwijk was also a flower painter, and Judith Leyster mainly not (the German botanic illustrator Maria Sybille Merian also moved to Amsterdam).
This piece is of an arrangement of pink roses, blue hyacinths, marigolds, honeysuckle, and other flowers sitting on a marble ledge.
Approx: 25" x 20" or 65 x 52cm - when worked on 18ct.
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