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Books on Flower Painting and Still Lifes

Lewis, Frank.  A Dictionary of Dutch and Flemish Flower, Fruit, and Still Life Painters, 15th to 19th Century.  Leigh-on-Sea:  F. Lewis, Publishers, Ltd., 1973.

Mitchell, Peter.  The Inspiration of Nature:  Paintings of Still Life, Flowers, Birds and Insects by Dutch and Flemish Artists of the 17th Century.  London:  John Mitchell and Sons, 1976.

Runia, Epco, Katy Kist, and Jennifer Kilian.  In the Mauritshuis: Flowers.  Zwolle:  Waanders Publishers, 2007.

Segal, Sam.  Flowers and Nature:  Netherlandish Flower Painting of Four Centuries.  The Hague:  SDU Publishers, 1990.

Segal, Sam.  A Flowery Past:  A Survey of Dutch and Flemish Flower Painting From 1600 Until the Present.  Amsterdam:  Gallery P. de Boer, 1982.

Taylor, Paul.  Dutch Flower Painting:  1600-1720.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1995.

Wheelock, Arthur.  From Botany to Bouquets:  Flowers in Northern Art.  Washington:  National Gallery of Art, 1999.


Books on Flowers

Bunyard, Edward A.  Old Garden Roses.  New York:  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1937.

Grey-Wilson, Christopher.  Cyclamen:  A Guide for Gardeners, Horticulturalists and Botanists.  Portland:  Timber Press, 1997.

Innes, Clive.  The World of Iridacea.  Ashington:  Holly Gate International Ltd., 1985.

Mathew, Brian.  The Iris.  New York:  Universe Books, 1981.

Nold, Robert.  Columbines:  Aquilegia, Paraquilegia, and Semiaquilegia.  Portland:  Timber Press, 2003.

Potter, Jennifer.  The Rose:  A True History.  London:  Atlantic Books, 2010.


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