About this artwork

Fantin-Latour was closely associated with the Impressionists, but refused to exhibit at the first Impressionist Exhibition in 1874. His still-lifes were enormously popular with French and British collectors in the later part of the nineteenth century. He cut flowers and brought them indoors to paint in the studio, studying the relationship of tones and colours.

Henri-Jean-Theodore Fantin-Latour

Henri-Jean-Theodore Fantin-Latour