This picture of a child hugging an elephant shows how nature is not out to get you, and if you be kind to your surroundings, they will be kind to you.
Claude Texier #pastel. This is fabulous. The colors and technique are dreamy.
Astrid Korntheuer: Natures Morte
Contrary to translation, the images from Astrid Korntheuer’s series Nature Morte (“Still Life”) are very much alive. There’s palpable electricity to the chaotic compositions, like the dimens...
Ceramics by Carl Richard Soderstrom
Nature Morte Stoneware: Carl Richard Sderstrm is located in Sweden and has his studio in an old factory in the center of Stockholm. He is a well established artist and craftsman in his home country and reacent years he has also shown his work in London, South Korea and in Paris, France. Before he graduated from Konstfack; College of arts craft and design in Stockholm, Carl Richard studied painting and the art of glassblowing at Orrrefors. $6500 interior-inspiration
Cézanne and Beyond
Picasso, Still Life with Compote and Glass, 1914-15, Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio.
Museum of Hunting and Nature For a more bestial take on "nature morte," track down the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature (Museum of Hunting and Nature) in the Rue des Archives. This sumptuous 18th-century setting hosts a taxidermal menagerie as well as objets d’art, trophies and weapons.