Paint by Numbers Flowers
We have created this Flowers collection so that you can discover the art of painting by numbers and paint beautiful canvases easily.Sunflowers, sublime roses, beautiful bouquets of peonies and many other abstract or contemporary floral reproductions are available at Figure d'Art.
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Paint by numbers: Flowers and roses
If you are looking to create a paint by numbers worthy of the great masters, then choosing a canvas on the theme of flowers is a wise choice. And for a good reason, all reputable painters have chosen the subject of flower bouquets at some point in their career. Both for the symbolic meaning and to demonstrate all our technical skills, flowers are above all a living picture full of poetry. Painting flowers with painting by numbers makes this style accessible to a large number of people. If you too wish to transcribe the poetry and beauty of floral representations, then painting by numbers is for you!
Sublime roses, beautiful bouquets and many other abstract or contemporary floral reproductions are available at Figure d'Art. You will be able to reproduce single flower paintings or complex bouquets, all our products are accessible to beginners as well as experts. With many styles available, painting has never been easier with our guided method, step by step. You will receive a canvas to paint on, with the different colours needed and brushes. Just follow the steps and instructions one by one and enjoy the process!
The beauty of Floral Art in Paintings
The place of flowers in art painting goes back a long way. Important traces of this can be found in ancient times, in Egyptian wall paintings, Minoan frescoes and in the decorations of Roman villas. The floral representation carries within it an important symbolism, depending on the context. Sometimes a simple element of a background landscape or the central subject of a still life. Flowers, by their ephemeral nature, are a subject that pays homage to the beauty of nature. In addition to this aspect, their meaning can be multiple. And so, to express the fragility of human existence in the image of withered flowers or decaying leaves. One of the oldest paintings is the Triptych by Jan de Witte, painted in 1473. It features the four main flowers with strong symbolism: the rose symbolising love, the lily for fertility, the pansy for humility and the violet for modesty.
Nevertheless, the painting of bouquets has developed considerably. But it is not only the number of paintings that has been increased, but also the whole symbolism around the flowers. On this subject, it would seem to be the Flemish painter Brueghel de Velours, the author of The Bouquet made in 1603. His artistic wealth made him famous in his day. As a result of his work, paintings of flower bouquets became very popular in Flanders, democratising the subject. In addition to its representation in the world of painting at the time, we see for the first time more realistic paintings of peasant life. Great masters also reproduced these famous floral compositions, always trying to convey the brilliance of the colours and the fineness of the petals.