Flowers and Fruit: National Gallery Pocket Guide

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From symbolic blossoms in religious paintings of the Middle Ages to Caravaggio's pomegranates in the Renaissance to Cezanne's apples and melons in the nineteenth century, flowers and fruit appear in countless paintings. This Pocket Guide explores the presence of fruit and flowers in works of art from the fifteenth to nineteenth centuries and what they meant to the artists and the public who saw them. Art lovers and horticulturist alike will treasure this enlightening book.

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