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More pages depicting Carrots in Fine Art works -

Page 1, Page 3 & 17th century - The Miscellaneous Art Page includes other works of art.  Van Gogh
 

In der Küche, Öl auf Holz, signiert, 29.5 × 25 cm 1846, François Celestin

In Der Kuhe - francois, Ornage Carrots

In Der Kuhe - francois, Orange Carrots

"After the harvest" by Pieter Aertsen:(1509-75) (also known as Vegetable and Fruit Stall, 1555 -  detail below. Oil on panel;H127 cm, W159 cm, D 8,5 cm Museum Boymans, Van Beuningen, Rotterdam

After the harvest" by Pieter Aertsen

After the harvest" by Pieter Aertsen After the harvest" by Pieter Aertsen

Pieter Cornelisz van Rijck - Market scene with two figures 1622

Still Life with Two Figures, Dimensions: 49 5/8 x 58 1/4 in. (126 x 148 cm), Oil on canvas

Pieter Cornelisz van Rijck - Market scene with two figures


Pieter Aertsen (1508-1575) Large Market Scene

c. 1550; Oil on oak, 59.5 x 122.5 cm; Alte Pinakothek, Munich

Market Scene P Artsen

 

Peter Aertsen Market Scene - Carrots

Peter Aertsen Market Scene 1569.  (detail right)

Oil on panel

Dimensions   Height: 835 mm (32.87); Width: 1,695 mm (66.73)

 Hallwyl Museum

 

Peter Aertsen Market Scene - Carrots

 

Peter Aertsen Christ - carrots

Another Peter Aertsen

Market scene with Christ and the woman taken in adultery (or Christ and the Adulteress); From 1518 until 1575,oil on canvas ;Height: 122 cm (48″); Width: 180 cm (70.8″)

Detail right

 

Peter Aertsen Christ - carrots

Nicholaes Maes Vegetables Market

Left - Nicholaes Maes Vegetable Market Scene (approx 1655-65) Oil on canvas; H71cm W91cm Rijksmuseum

(detail below)

Nicholaes Maes Vegetables Market


Linen Market, Dominica (1780) Agostino Brunias (c. 1730 – April 2, 1796). (carrots bottom right)  
Carrot, pumpkin a.o. / Album Vilmorin (below left)

Botany / Charts: - Pale orange carrot, yellow pumpkin, early red beet, Freneuse beet beet, Alsatian beet, purple aubergine, red mangold beet, onion, potato.

Colour lithograph, by Elisa Champin (died 1871). Plate 6, 1856, from: Album Vilmorin, Les Plantes Potageres, Paris (Vilmorin-Andrieux & Cie.) 1850-1895. Paris, Museum National d'Histoire Natur.

‘Combat de deux Raffinés’ (below right) (Fight of two debonaires - sugar beet and sugar cane, the carrot stands and watches) by French Illustrator Jean Ignace Isidore Gérard Grandville (1803-47)

This is an illustration from Un autre monde (Another world)  This vintage work is from the chapter "Une révolution végétale". The Revolution of the Vegetables. Sugarcane, sugar beet and carrots are the protagonists of a civil war.

Vilmorin Poster Pale Orange Carrot 1856Combat de deux Raffinés French Illustrator Jean Ignace Isidore Gérard Grandville (1803-47)

Kitchen Scene Pieter Cornelisz. van Rijck 1621

Left - Kitchen Scene Pieter Cornelisz. van Rijck 1621 - detail below

103,2 x 137,5 cm Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem

Kitchen Scene Pieter Cornelisz. van Rijck 1621

Kitchen Scene Cornelis Jacobsz. Delff c. 1620 Kitchen Scene Cornelis Jacobsz. Delff c. 1620

103 x 151 cms

Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem

 

Kitchen Still Life - Floris Gerritsz. Van Schooten

A Kitchen Still Life with grapes and apples, piece of meat, fish, carrots, turnips and onions in a Basket by (after) Floris Gerritsz. Van Schooten

(around 1650)

vna schooten - Market scene with two fruit sellers around 1650 = carrots