With the summer season finally here, you might be seeking ways of bringing a few of those brilliant sunshine blooms into your home.
Floral paintings have long been a favourite with homeowners who want to add a sense of the outside space within the home, so here are a few of our latest stunning summertime floral paintings now available from the Art2Arts website.
Flowers in the Sun by Colette Baumback
A quintessentially English garden with pretty roses, cottage-style flowers and sunshine tones, artist Colette Baumback has captured the essence of the wonderful Kent countryside in this acrylic piece created in her own unique style.
Featuring an abundance of fragrant flowers, this piece would suit bedrooms, dining rooms and even kitchens thanks to its universal appeal.
Garden of Joy 21 by Veronica Vilsan
Those with a love of Monet won’t be able to resist the calm and serenity that fills this waterlily scene.
With an array of summer hues dancing on the calm waters, this colourful and vibrant piece grabs the attention of passers-by and draws them closer to the wonderfully detailed aquatic blooms that fill the canvas.
Clever use of colour and reflections brings the lily flowers and pads to life, making this a tranquil yet engaging piece that would look perfect above a bed or wooden dresser.
Orchid by Helen Sinfield
If simplicity is more to your personal taste, then Orchid by artist Helen Sinfield offers crisp lines, contrasting colours and a bold statement piece that would look perfect in any room of the house.
By capturing the delicacy of the orchid and combining it with a bold backdrop, this is a piece that demands attention whilst having an aura of fragility and natural beauty.
Still life with Peonies by Katerina
Sun drink peonies are bought to life with wide strokes of the artist’s brush in this piece to create art full of texture and interest.
Featuring the heavy, showy blooms of the much-loved peony on a sun-dappled balcony, this scene is reminiscent of summer holidays and the lazy weekends in the sun.
Lotus Flowers by Candida Slater
For a more modern twist on the traditional floral subject, the falling lotus flowers that adorn this piece offer an entirely new take on the usual flower artworks.
Held in a falling motion, the delicate lotus flowers pop from the canvas the create a beautiful almost monotone effect that would suit black and white colour schemes.