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Special Flower Art Collection

A Special Flower Art Collection selected by Neil Baglow

Throughout history, flowers have been one of the most beloved subjects for both artists and, latterly, photographers. The vibrant blooms of flowers have long provided artists with inspiration, with many dedicating their careers to producing still life pictures of a huge variety of botanical beauties. Whether painting or photographing vases of flowers, or straight from nature, each artist brings their own unique style to the final work, bringing a sense of joy, hope or even a little sadness…

So we’ve put together a short selection of popular flower subject paintings and photographs by our New Art Gallery members showing their enormous range of styles and effects. We hope you’ll find something to capture your imagination amongst them. And of course you’ll find many more flower works in the individual members’ galleries.

Oriental Moon

Margaret Hughlock

Limited Edition (15) framed canvas art print

£184

Meadow Flowers

Margaret Hughlock

Open Edition framed fine art print

£128

Garden Scape

Rob Bastable

Painting - acrylic on board

£450

Yellow Crown

Bouic

Photograph - wall art

From £89

Spring at Last

Rosie Rimmer

Framed fine art print

From £89

Wayside Poppies

Pam Wakefield

Painting - oil on canvas

£225

Fields of Flowers

Caroline Boff

Limited edition (15) framed canvas art print

£395

Dark Red Rose Bouquet

Fatemeh Farahani

Painting - alcohol ink on Yupo paper

Framed and mounted

£106

Margaret's Rose

David Ruaux

Photograph - framed fine art print

From £59

Flowers and Bees

Pamela Wakefield

Painting - oil on canvas

£340

Dahlia

Des Barr

Photograph - framed fine art print

From 89

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Caroline Boff

Painting - acrylic on canvas

£2,000

Ranunculus l

Tara Mohammadi

Painting - oil on board

£156

Dance of the Dahlias

Julie Connor

Painting - fluid acrylic on canvas

£50

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