This category lists websites about Rachel Ruysch, Dutch painter born in The Haag b. 1664, and living in Amsterdam to 1750.
She specialised in painting in oils of newly imported flowers for the garden, in a still life setting featuring insects.
BBC Radio 4: Roses, Convolvulus, Poppies, and Other Flowers in an Urn by Rachel Ruysch
Twenty eight minute audio, with link to a high resolution copy of the original oil, describing the component flowers and insects, in this still life oil painting, and related history of the painter.
Google Arts & Culture: Rachel Ruysch
Collection of digitized copies of her still life flower oils, painted over the turn of the seventeenth century, in high resolution, with provenance, dimensions of originals held in from museums worldwide.
Khan Academy: Rachel Ruysch, Fruit and Insects
Video link for her "Fruit and Insects" painted in oil on wood in 1711, with transcript as an educational resource with links to social; media.
Web Gallery of Art: Rachel Ruysch
Photo gallery of still life oil paintings combining flowers and insects, in their searchable database of European fine arts and architecture from 8th to 19th centuries.
Wikipedia: Rachel Ruysch
Article updated by the public with bibliography, photographs, development of her style, success, references and links to related articles.
Last update:January 15, 2017 at 17:35:46 UTC