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“Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless; peacocks and lilies, for instance.” — John Ruskin

“Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless; peacocks and lilies, for instance.” — John Ruskin

Peacock and Peonies Nagasawa Rosetsu (1754 – 1782) Edo period, dated Tenmei 2 (1782) Two-panel screen, ink and colors on paper, 166.9 x 184.6 cm (Courtesy of the Bowers Museum) This painting depicts the king of the flowers, the peony, and the most regal of birds, the peacock, and to further enhance the majestic luxury of the painting, Resetsu has added gold powder to the canvas.

Peacock and Peonies Nagasawa Rosetsu (1754 – 1782) Edo period, dated Tenmei 2 (1782) Two-panel screen, ink and colors on paper, 166.9 x 184.6 cm (Courtesy of the Bowers Museum) This painting depicts the king of the flowers, the peony, and the most regal of birds, the peacock, and to further enhance the majestic luxury of the painting, Resetsu has added gold powder to the canvas.

Ruskin, John - Recto: Four Studies of Clover Blossoms

Ruskin, John - Recto: Four Studies of Clover Blossoms

Study of Roses, from the dress of Spring in Botticelli's Primavera, 1874 Pencil, ink, watercolour and body colour 16.2 x 24.2 cm

Study of Roses, from the dress of Spring in Botticelli's Primavera, 1874 Pencil, ink, watercolour and body colour 16.2 x 24.2 cm

Peacock Peahen,96cm x 170cm(38〃 x 67〃),2352031-z

Peacock Peahen,96cm x 170cm(38〃 x 67〃),2352031-z

John Ruskin - Study of an Ear of Wheat: Side View, magnified

John Ruskin - Study of an Ear of Wheat: Side View, magnified

John Ruskin  Houseleek, Sketch of Echeveria  1875

John Ruskin Houseleek, Sketch of Echeveria 1875

Red-wnged blackbird, Sturnus predatorius, on a milkweed (Asclepias syriaca), by John James Audubon, 1810. Pastel, graphite, and ink on paper, 38 x 22 cm | Harvard University Press: Early Audubon Drawings

Red-wnged blackbird, Sturnus predatorius, on a milkweed (Asclepias syriaca), by John James Audubon, 1810. Pastel, graphite, and ink on paper, 38 x 22 cm | Harvard University Press: Early Audubon Drawings

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