Via Still Life, Quick Heart.
Jacques le Moyne de Morgues (c. 1533–1588) was a French artist and member of Jean Ribault’s expedition to the New World. His depictions of Native American, colonial life and plants are of extraordinary historical importance.
Jacques le Moyne de Morgues, Dragon Arum with Butterfly, 16th century.
It’s steampunk time all over again, as a film version of French graphic novelist Jacques Tardi’s April and the Extraordinary World comes to the screen.
Via Bibliodyssey, the earliest known European depictions of Native Americans by John White, de Bry, and others, in the late 16th century. marinni.livejournal.com. John White (1585-1593) was an artist whose remaining work is primaril...
Via Still Life, Quick Heart. Charles Lewis Fussell - American - 1840-1909. Charles Lewis Fussell, Still Life with Fruit, 1891.
Jean Jacques Henner by hauk sven Via Flickr: Young woman with brown hair Jean-Jacques Henner was a French painter, noted for his use of sfumato and chiaroscuro in painting nudes, religious subjects, and portraits.