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Floral Design Collection

Floral design is an art form that transcends time and culture, captivating us with its intricate beauty

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Azulejos tiles in the Mudejar style

Azulejos tiles in the Mudejar style, Casa de Pilatos, Santa Cruz district, Seville, Andalusia, Spain, Europe

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Islamic manuscript

Islamic manuscript

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Interior decorative detail

Interior decorative detail, Amber Fort, one of the great Rajput forts, Amber, near Jaipur, Rajasthan state, India, Asia

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Tile mosaic on Palau de La Musica

Tile mosaic on Palau de La Musica, La Ribera District, City of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, Europe

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Close-up of mosaic

Close-up of mosaic, Topkapi Palace, Istanbul, Turkey, Europe

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Detail, Tomb of Mir Muhammad Khan Talpur

Detail, Tomb of Mir Muhammad Khan Talpur, ruler of Sind, Pakistan, Asia

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Detail of the gilded Durbar Hall

Detail of the gilded Durbar Hall, Sirohi Palace, Sirohi, Southern Rajasthan state, India, Asia

Background imageFloral Design Collection: The Virgin and Child, 1465. Creator: Unknown

The Virgin and Child, 1465. Creator: Unknown
The Virgin and Child, 1465

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Side Chair, c1755-60. Creator: Unknown

Side Chair, c1755-60. Creator: Unknown
Side Chair, c1755-60

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Corner of a Library, 1711. Creator: Jan van der Heyden

Corner of a Library, 1711. Creator: Jan van der Heyden
Corner of a Library, 1711. An interior set against a plain wall with a bookcase to one side on which are neatly arranged volumes in perfect order

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Tumbler, c1780-c1820. Creator: Unknown

Tumbler, c1780-c1820. Creator: Unknown
Tumbler, c1780-c1820

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Cordial Bottle, c1775-1810. Creator: Unknown

Cordial Bottle, c1775-1810. Creator: Unknown
Cordial Bottle, c1775-1810

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Cordial Bottle, c1775-1810. Creator: Unknown

Cordial Bottle, c1775-1810. Creator: Unknown
Cordial Bottle, c1775-1810

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Pair Of Wall Sconces, 1730/31. Creator: Peter Archambo

Pair Of Wall Sconces, 1730/31. Creator: Peter Archambo
Pair Of Wall Sconces, 1730/31. These extravagantly ornamented sconces were originally part of an impressive silver collection amassed by George Booth, second Earl of Warrington

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Monteith, 1701/2. Creator: Robert Peake

Monteith, 1701/2. Creator: Robert Peake
Monteith, 1701/2. When filled with ice water, this unusually large silver bowl could be used to cool wineglasses by hooking their bases over the bowl's scalloped rim

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Two-Handled Cup, c1726. Creator: Paul de Lamerie

Two-Handled Cup, c1726. Creator: Paul de Lamerie
Two-Handled Cup, c1726. This two-handled silver cup is decorated with an enormous variety of abstract and natural forms. These include representations of the infant Bacchus, the Roman god of wine

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Footed Punch Bowl, c1835-55. Creator: Pobably New England Glass Works, American (1818-1888)

Footed Punch Bowl, c1835-55. Creator: Pobably New England Glass Works, American (1818-1888)
Footed Punch Bowl, c1835-55

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Woman With A Fan, c1879. Creator: Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Woman With A Fan, c1879. Creator: Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Woman With A Fan, c1879. The actress Jeanne Samary may have posed for this painting in her cheerfully decorated dressing room at the Comedie-Francaise, a theater in Paris.She holds an uchiwa fan

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Set Of Six Dessert Forks And Knives, c1772. Creator: Richard Parr

Set Of Six Dessert Forks And Knives, c1772. Creator: Richard Parr
Set Of Six Dessert Forks And Knives, c1772

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Portrait Of Madame Monet (Madame Claude Monet Reading), c1874. Creator: Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Portrait Of Madame Monet (Madame Claude Monet Reading), c1874. Creator: Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Portrait Of Madame Monet (Madame Claude Monet Reading), c1874

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Decanter And Stopper, c1850-75. Creator: Unknown

Decanter And Stopper, c1850-75. Creator: Unknown
Decanter And Stopper, c1850-75

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Carafe, c1850-1900. Creator: Unknown

Carafe, c1850-1900. Creator: Unknown
Carafe, c1850-1900

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Sauce Boat From The George Washington Memorial Service, c1800. Creator: Unknown

Sauce Boat From The George Washington Memorial Service, c1800. Creator: Unknown
Sauce Boat From The George Washington Memorial Service, c1800

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Octagonal Plate From The George Washington Memorial Service, c1800. Creator: Unknown

Octagonal Plate From The George Washington Memorial Service, c1800. Creator: Unknown
Octagonal Plate From The George Washington Memorial Service, c1800

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Dahlias, 1876. Creator: Berthe Morisot

Dahlias, 1876. Creator: Berthe Morisot
Dahlias, 1876

Background imageFloral Design Collection: The Bright Shawl, 1921 (oil on board)

The Bright Shawl, 1921 (oil on board)
823211 The Bright Shawl, 1921 (oil on board) by Shinn, Everett (1876-1953); 83x63.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: The Bright Shawl. Everett Shinn (1876-1953). Oil on board

Background imageFloral Design Collection: A printed cotton cover decorated with scenes of a man wrestling a bull (cotton)

A printed cotton cover decorated with scenes of a man wrestling a bull (cotton)
1767221 A printed cotton cover decorated with scenes of a man wrestling a bull (cotton); 165x205 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageFloral Design Collection: A Victorian walnut and upholstered sofa covered in a striped velvet with floral petit point panels

A Victorian walnut and upholstered sofa covered in a striped velvet with floral petit point panels (walnut wood)
1765111 A Victorian walnut and upholstered sofa covered in a striped velvet with floral petit point panels (walnut wood, velvet); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageFloral Design Collection: The Red Tulips

The Red Tulips
Stephen Wade

Background imageFloral Design Collection: A Near Eastern gentleman's linen nightcap embroidered in red and green

A Near Eastern gentleman's linen nightcap embroidered in red and green, with silver gilt thread and sequins
1767224 A Near Eastern gentleman's linen nightcap embroidered in red and green, with silver gilt thread and sequins, trimmed with gold lace

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Poppy, c.1910 (leaded glass, bronze)

Poppy, c.1910 (leaded glass, bronze)
1764759 Poppy, c.1910 (leaded glass, bronze) by Tiffany Studios (1902-32); Private Collection; (add.info.: Poppy. Overhead view of a leaded glass and bronze table lamp. Tiffany Studios, circa 1910)

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Hilya or hilyeh, Arabic manuscript with thuluth script signed by Mohammad Shakir Al-Sayyed

Hilya or hilyeh, Arabic manuscript with thuluth script signed by Mohammad Shakir Al-Sayyed
BON93427 Hilya or hilyeh, Arabic manuscript with thuluth script signed by Mohammad Shakir Al-Sayyed, the frame decorated with an image of Mecca, Ottoman, from Turkey

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Surplice sewn by tsarevnas, the sisters of Peter the Great, Trinity Monastery, Aleksandrov, 1911

Surplice sewn by tsarevnas, the sisters of Peter the Great, Trinity Monastery, Aleksandrov, 1911

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Untouched

Untouched
Kirsten Handelmann

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Mother and Child

Mother and Child
Bea Müller

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Still Life with Dead Game, a Monkey and a Dog. Creator: Frans Snyders

Still Life with Dead Game, a Monkey and a Dog. Creator: Frans Snyders
Still Life with Dead Game, a Monkey and a Dog

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Design for a pendant with flower branches of the White Wisteria, enamelled gold, c.1905

Design for a pendant with flower branches of the White Wisteria, enamelled gold, c.1905. Creator: Paul Louchet
Design for a pendant with flower branches of the White Wisteria, enamelled gold, c.1905

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Otto van Rees, Governor-general, after 1884-c.1899. Creator: Unknown

Otto van Rees, Governor-general, after 1884-c.1899. Creator: Unknown
Otto van Rees, Governor-general, after 1884-c.1899. Van Rees (1823-1892) was Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies 1884-1888

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Fashion Plate (Full Dress), 1817. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann

Fashion Plate (Full Dress), 1817. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann
Fashion Plate (Full Dress), 1817

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Fashion Plate (Half Dress), 1816. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann

Fashion Plate (Half Dress), 1816. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann
Fashion Plate (Half Dress), 1816

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Fashion Plate (Evening Dress), 1827. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann

Fashion Plate (Evening Dress), 1827. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann
Fashion Plate (Evening Dress), 1827

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Fashion Plate (Evening Dress), 1812. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann

Fashion Plate (Evening Dress), 1812. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann
Fashion Plate (Evening Dress), 1812

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Fashion Plate (Evening Dress), 1815. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann

Fashion Plate (Evening Dress), 1815. Creator: Rudolph Ackermann
Fashion Plate (Evening Dress), 1815

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Woman's Robe à la Française or afternoon dress and petticoat, France, c.1760. Creator: Unknown

Woman's Robe à la Française or afternoon dress and petticoat, France, c.1760. Creator: Unknown
Woman's Robe a la Francaise or afternoon dress and petticoat, France, c.1760

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Fixed fan of green silk with straw embroidery and wooden handle, England, c.1740. Creator: Unknown

Fixed fan of green silk with straw embroidery and wooden handle, England, c.1740. Creator: Unknown
Fixed fan of green silk with straw embroidery and wooden handle, England, c.1740

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Pair of woman's shoes with straps for shoe buckles, England, c.1770. Creator: Unknown

Pair of woman's shoes with straps for shoe buckles, England, c.1770. Creator: Unknown
Pair of woman's shoes with straps for shoe buckles, England, c.1770

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Man's Suit (image 6 of 10), c.1800. Creator: Unknown

Man's Suit (image 6 of 10), c.1800. Creator: Unknown
Man's Suit (image 6 of 10), c.1800

Background imageFloral Design Collection: Pair of woman's boots, c.1885. Creator: Unknown

Pair of woman's boots, c.1885. Creator: Unknown
Pair of woman's boots, c.1885




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Floral design is an art form that transcends time and culture, captivating us with its intricate beauty. From the vibrant Azulejos tiles in the Mudejar style to the delicate patterns found in Islamic manuscripts, floral motifs have adorned various forms of artistic expression throughout history. In awe-inspiring places like the Palau de La Musica, we can marvel at tile mosaics showcasing a harmonious blend of colors and shapes. The gilded Durbar Hall mesmerizes with its opulent interior decorative details, where flowers are meticulously crafted into ornate designs. A close-up of a mosaic reveals the meticulous craftsmanship behind each petal and leaf, while at the Tomb of Mir Muhammad Khan Talpur, floral patterns tell stories of love and remembrance. The timeless elegance of azulejos tiles in the Mudejar style transports us to another era where nature's wonders were celebrated through art. But floral design isn't limited to grand architectural masterpieces; it also finds its place in our everyday lives. A blooming vase filled with pink blossoms brings life and freshness to any space. Wall murals featuring brown-grey hues or shades of blue create a serene atmosphere reminiscent of tranquil gardens or fields bursting with wildflowers. Whether it's capturing historical heritage or adding a touch of natural beauty to our surroundings, floral design continues to inspire us all. Its ability to evoke emotions and connect us with nature makes it an enduring symbol of creativity and grace across cultures worldwide.