Well, more rain and chilly weather for us Wisconsinites. Turning to Raoul Dufy’s (French, 1877-1953) vibrant florals, until Spring heads our way.
Filed under Still Life
Tagged as 1920s, 1940s, apple blossom, art, artist, bouquet, flowers, french artist, gladiolus, Iris, poppies, Raoul Dufy, Spring, watercolor, Watercolor painting
Would love to know where I could buy Raul Duffy’s second print below and also the others. Wondering also what reprint size(s) they are printed in.
So enjoy your blog. I sometimes see items that I think might interest you. Perhaps I will send next time.
Thank you for your comment! Both Art.com (http://www.art.com/gallery/id–a47/raoul-dufy-posters.htm) and AllPosters.com (http://www.allposters.com/-st/Raoul-Dufy-Posters_c24030_.htm) have a great selection of Dufy prints, however, I’ve only located a print of Dufy’s watercolor Gladioli on Icon Reproductions (http://iconreproductions.com/gladioli-1942-dufy-raoul)
I’m so glad you enjoy the blog! Definitely send along any items you come across!
How have I missed Dufy’s florals? They look alive!
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