Flowers in a Vase
       
     
Andromida
       
     
Samson and Delilah
       
     
Crown of Thorns
       
     
Danaë
       
     
Minerva
       
     
The Magi
       
     
Venus and Cupid
       
     
Diana and Her Companions
       
     
Descent of the Cross
       
     
Flowers in a Vase
       
     
Flowers in a Vase

Inspired by Dutch Painter Rachael Ruysch, (1664 – 1750), whose still life flower compositions, were characterised by strong curves and dramatic lighting, leaving parts in shadow against a dark background.

Andromida
       
     
Andromida

Inspired by Rembrandt’s painting of the mythological beauty, ‘Andromida Chained to the Rocks’, (1630).

Samson and Delilah
       
     
Samson and Delilah

Inspired by Rembrandt’s painting of the Biblical story, ‘Samson Betrayed by Delilah’ (c 1628).

Crown of Thorns
       
     
Crown of Thorns

Inspired by ‘Christ Crowned with Thorns’ (1620) painted by Hendrick ter Brugghen.

Danaë
       
     
Danaë

Inspired by Rembrandt’s painting of the same name (1636) of the mother of Perseus in from Greek mythology.

Minerva
       
     
Minerva

Inspired by Rembrandt’s painting of the Roman goddess of wisdom and strategic warfare., ‘Minerva in her Study’(1631).

The Magi
       
     
The Magi

Inspired by the painting ‘The Adoration of the Magi’ (1619), by Hendrick ter Brugghen, of the nativity and the three kings or wise men.

Venus and Cupid
       
     
Venus and Cupid

Inspired by the painting of the same name by Rembrandt (1656).

Diana and Her Companions
       
     
Diana and Her Companions

Inspired by the Vermeer painting of the same name (1655-56) of the goddess Diana and her nymphs.

Descent of the Cross
       
     
Descent of the Cross

Inspired by the Rembrandt painting of the same name (1922-23).