Butterfly in the heather

So today I learned that there is actually a difference between artists Albert Durer Lucas (1828 – 1918) who painted mostly detailed studies of foliage and flowers, and German Renaissance painter and printmaker, Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528). Somehow, even though I know who Dürer is, whenever I had seen the other guy’s name, I combined them into the same artist.

Albrecht Dürer did paint flowers, but they’ve got this feeling of grim, gloomy gravitas, and they’re nothing I would want to gather into a bouquet. They look like they might slap your hand and scold you! Albert Durer Lucas’ flora, however, looks like it’s housing a Richard Scarry menagerie of busy people and busy towns and seems much more inviting.

Anyway…the more you know!

Rhamphotheca

 

Blue butterflies and wildflowers

 

Cultivated Flowers

 

Dragonfly and heather on a mossy bank

 

Hedge sparrow’s nest in a crab apple tree

 

Primroses

 

Still life with flowers, eggs and a glass on a stone ledge

 

Bluebells and snowdrops

 

Vase of Flowers

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