Willy Fleur, Still Life With Rhododendrons & Bowl

Willy Fleur, Still Life With Rhododendrons & Bowl

This early 20th-century still life by Dutch artist, Willy Fleur (1888-1967), captures an array of rhododendrons in full bloom - bursting from a vase. The pinks seem to bustle with life and provide the perfect complement for the oriental bowl situated beneath them.

Fleur’s father worked in the Far East and accumulated a treasure trove of objects for inspiration.

The painting is signed/dated and housed within a highly ornate period frame.

Learn more about Willy Fleur in our directory.

Medium: Oil on canvas
Overall size: 35” x 45½” / 87cm x 108cm
Year of creation: 1933
Condition: Overall very presentable. Frame with some age-related wear.

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