Monday, 26 April 2010

George Hitchcock (1815 - 1930)

"Easter Sunday"


"Young maiden with flowers"


"The storks nest"


"Yellow nusturtiums"


"Unknown"


"Dutch girl in field of tulips"


"A field of crocusses"


"Dutch girl before a daffodil field"


"Tulip field with orchard and clock tower"


"Dutch bride"


"Dutch finery - A Marken Girl"


"Pink Tulips"


"Dutch woman in a garden"


"Blessed mother"


"Annunciation"


"Dutch flower girl"


"Spring crocus fields"


"The wayfarers"


"The christening"


5 comments:

TG said...

Wonderfull. He is not Afraid Hitchcock…

Noémi said...

Beautiful.

mdfay said...

Nice, reminds me of the work of American painter Gari Melchers. I wonder if they knew each other?

Davidikus said...

He reminds me a lot of the painters who made the transition between Symbolism, Nabis and Fauvism. Very nice work. It may not have the strength of work by Bonnard or Vuillard but it is very decorative and rather masterful.

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Bobbie said...

I've been following your blog for a long, long time via Google reader but just had to let you know how much I enjoy seeing your posts. I loved seeing all the old bonnets and head gear the women were wearing, the beautiful tulips, and wonderful work of George Hitchcock.