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Cerise Collection

"Cerise: A Timeless Symbol of Beauty and Indulgence" Step into the world of art and history as we explore the captivating allure of cerise

Cherry varieties, Prunus cerasus: Cerisier, Kirsche, cerise hative, bigarreau hatif, etc
5856534 Cherry varieties, Prunus cerasus: Cerisier, Kirsche, cerise hative, bigarreau hatif, etc.; (add.info.: Ripe fruit, segments and leaves of Cherry varieties, Prunus cerasus: Cerisier, Kirsche)

Letter C Courage always pleases, and more than nonsense, the vile COUARDIE is rightly mocking. Engraving in " ABC
DUV4206537 Letter C Courage always pleases, and more than nonsense, the vile COUARDIE is rightly mocking. Engraving in " ABC. Alphabet of good advice and mistakes to avoid". Ch

Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: Sir John Tradescan's black cherry, Millet's Duke, and Amber-Heart
FLO4595373 Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: Sir John Tradescan's black cherry, Millet's Duke, and Amber-Heart. Handcoloured stipple engraving of an illustration by George Brookshaw from his

Background imageCerise Collection: Cherry variety Bigarreau Napoleon. Chromolithography drawn by Walter Hood Fitch, Miss E

Cherry variety Bigarreau Napoleon. Chromolithography drawn by Walter Hood Fitch, Miss E. Regel and J.L
FLO4625355 Cherry variety Bigarreau Napoleon. Chromolithography drawn by Walter Hood Fitch, Miss E. Regel and J.L. Macfarlane, lithography by G.Severeyns and Stroobant, Belgium

Background imageCerise Collection: Sweet cherry or sour cherry. Coloured copper engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell

Sweet cherry or sour cherry. Coloured copper engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's book
FLO4565894 Sweet cherry or sour cherry. Coloured copper engraving from a drawing by Isaac Russell from William Baxter's book "English Botanical Phenomenes", 1834

Background imageCerise Collection: Higan sakura or higan cherry blossom, Prunus pendula Handcoloured woodblock print by Kono Bairei

Higan sakura or higan cherry blossom, Prunus pendula Handcoloured woodblock print by Kono Bairei from Kusa Bana
FLO4648301 Higan sakura or higan cherry blossom, Prunus pendula Handcoloured woodblock print by Kono Bairei from Kusa Bana Hyakushu (One Hundred Varieties of Flowers), Tokyo, Yamada

Background imageCerise Collection: Late duke cherries (cherry or bird cherry). Lithograph after the illustration of Augusta Withers

Late duke cherries (cherry or bird cherry). Lithograph after the illustration of Augusta Withers (1793-1877)
FLO4688002 Late duke cherries (cherry or bird cherry). Lithograph after the illustration of Augusta Withers (1793-1877), published in the "Pomology Magazine" (1828-1830)

Background imageCerise Collection: Cherry Belle de Choisy (cherry or bird cherry). Lithograph after the illustration of Augusta

Cherry Belle de Choisy (cherry or bird cherry). Lithograph after the illustration of Augusta Withers (1793-1877)
FLO4687985 Cherry Belle de Choisy (cherry or bird cherry). Lithograph after the illustration of Augusta Withers (1793-1877)

Background imageCerise Collection: Still Life. Painting by the Master of Hartford. sd. 19th century. Galleria Estense, Modene

Still Life. Painting by the Master of Hartford. sd. 19th century. Galleria Estense, Modene
VEN5032546 Still Life. Painting by the Master of Hartford. sd. 19th century. Galleria Estense, Modene.; Galleria e Museo Estense, Gallerie Estensi, Modena, Italy; (add.info.: Still Life)

Background imageCerise Collection: Tartarian black cherries (cherry or bird cherry). Lithograph after the illustration of Augusta

Tartarian black cherries (cherry or bird cherry). Lithograph after the illustration of Augusta Withers (1793-1877)
FLO4687996 Tartarian black cherries (cherry or bird cherry). Lithograph after the illustration of Augusta Withers (1793-1877)

Background imageCerise Collection: Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: George II's Cherry, Graffien or Biggarou, and Harrison's Heart

Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: George II's Cherry, Graffien or Biggarou, and Harrison's Heart
FLO4595361 Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: George II's Cherry, Graffien or Biggarou, and Harrison's Heart. Handcoloured stipple engraving of an illustration by George Brookshaw from his own

Background imageCerise Collection: Yamazakura or Japanese cherry blossom, Prunus serrulata var. spontanea (Japanese cherry or Sakura)

Yamazakura or Japanese cherry blossom, Prunus serrulata var. spontanea (Japanese cherry or Sakura)
FLO4654242 Yamazakura or Japanese cherry blossom, Prunus serrulata var. spontanea (Japanese cherry or Sakura). Handcoloured woodblock print by Kono Bairei from Kusa Bana Hyakushu

Background imageCerise Collection: Variety of cherries, prolific Bedford and big-hearts bigarreau

Variety of cherries, prolific Bedford and big-hearts bigarreau. Chromolithography drawn by Walter Hood Fitch, Miss E
FLO4625351 Variety of cherries, prolific Bedford and big-hearts bigarreau. Chromolithography drawn by Walter Hood Fitch, Miss E. Regel and J.L

Background imageCerise Collection: Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: Early May, Adam's Crown and Red-Heart

Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: Early May, Adam's Crown and Red-Heart
FLO4595278 Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: Early May, Adam's Crown and Red-Heart. Handcoloured stipple engraving of an illustration by George Brookshaw from his own " Pomona

Background imageCerise Collection: Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: Kentish or Flemish cherry, English Bearer and Carnation Cherry

Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: Kentish or Flemish cherry, English Bearer and Carnation Cherry
FLO4595387 Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: Kentish or Flemish cherry, English Bearer and Carnation Cherry. Handcoloured stipple engraving of an illustration by George Brookshaw from his own "

Background imageCerise Collection: Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: the Bleeding-Heart, Ox-Heart and MapleHeart

Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: the Bleeding-Heart, Ox-Heart and MapleHeart
FLO4595383 Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: the Bleeding-Heart, Ox-Heart and MapleHeart. Handcoloured stipple engraving of an illustration by George Brookshaw from his own " Pomona

Background imageCerise Collection: Large tortoiseshell butterfly, Nymphalis polychloros, on a cherry tree, Prunus avium

Large tortoiseshell butterfly, Nymphalis polychloros, on a cherry tree, Prunus avium
FLO4562382 Large tortoiseshell butterfly, Nymphalis polychloros, on a cherry tree, Prunus avium. Handcoloured copperplate engraving drawn

Background imageCerise Collection: Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: bouquet cherry, royal, Rocmont, four-to-a-pound, Pomeranz

Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: bouquet cherry, royal, Rocmont, four-to-a-pound, Pomeranz
5856535 Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: bouquet cherry, royal, Rocmont, four-to-a-pound, Pomeranz.; (add.info.: Ripe fruit and segments of Cherry varieties, Prunus avium: bouquet cherry, royal)

Background imageCerise Collection: Description of fruits: cherry and ripe (from the murier). Chromolithographie in ' Recueil d'images

Description of fruits: cherry and ripe (from the murier). Chromolithographie in " Recueil d'images
FLO4721551 Description of fruits: cherry and ripe (from the murier). Chromolithographie in " Recueil d'images instructives ou lecons du monde vegetal"

Background imageCerise Collection: Parisiennes relaxing at Montmorency, a suburb of Paris. A woman sits in a swing beneath a tree

Parisiennes relaxing at Montmorency, a suburb of Paris. A woman sits in a swing beneath a tree
FLO4677289 Parisiennes relaxing at Montmorency, a suburb of Paris. A woman sits in a swing beneath a tree, while another picks cherries

Background imageCerise Collection: Jamaican acid cherry (or prunus) variete - Cherry core, Cerasus sphaerocarpa, native to Jamaica

Jamaican acid cherry (or prunus) variete - Cherry core, Cerasus sphaerocarpa, native to Jamaica
FLO4583228 Jamaican acid cherry (or prunus) variete - Cherry core, Cerasus sphaerocarpa, native to Jamaica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Swan after an illustration by Rev. L

Background imageCerise Collection: Fancy dress costume for a Cherry girl, with cherry earrings, straw hat

Fancy dress costume for a Cherry girl, with cherry earrings, straw hat, velvet bodice decorated with cherries
FLO4565060 Fancy dress costume for a Cherry girl, with cherry earrings, straw hat, velvet bodice decorated with cherries, and skirts with cherry garlands

Background imageCerise Collection: Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Gatine after an illustration by Louis-Marie Lante from '

Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Gatine after an illustration by Louis-Marie Lante from " Ouvrieres de
FLO4658408 Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Gatine after an illustration by Louis-Marie Lante from " Ouvrieres de Paris" (Tradeswomen of Paris), Paris

Background imageCerise Collection: Man in new blue suit, pearl vest and white shirt, 1913

Man in new blue suit, pearl vest and white shirt, 1913
Man in new blue suit, pearl vest and white shirt, designed by Kriegck, with red-lined cape. Habit nouveau par Kriegck. Handcoloured pochoir (stencil)

Background imageCerise Collection: Still life with fruit basket, 17th century (oil on canvas)

Still life with fruit basket, 17th century (oil on canvas)
JLJ4657292 Still life with fruit basket, 17th century (oil on canvas) by Moillon, Louise (1610-96); (add.info.: Still life with fruit basket. A bunch of asparagus in the foreground)

Background imageCerise Collection: 16eme siecle;ange;art;Belgique ;Europe ;Bible (Livre);Bible

16eme siecle;ange;art;Belgique ;Europe ;Bible (Livre);Bible
7305473 by Coecke van Aelst, Pieter (1502-50) (studio of); Musee d'Art et d'Histoire, Narbonne, France; © Patrice Cartier. All rights reserved 2022

Background imageCerise Collection: 17eme siecle;art;cerise;fruit;nourriture;couleur;figue;peinture flamande;France;Europe ;nature

17eme siecle;art;cerise;fruit;nourriture;couleur;figue;peinture flamande;France;Europe ;nature
7305474 by Brueghel, Abraham (1631-90); Musee d'Art et d'Histoire, Narbonne, France; © Patrice Cartier. All rights reserved 2022

Background imageCerise Collection: Le Vocabulaire Illustre: Cerise; Cherry; Kirsche (engraving)

Le Vocabulaire Illustre: Cerise; Cherry; Kirsche (engraving)
7195246 Le Vocabulaire Illustre: Cerise; Cherry; Kirsche (engraving) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Cerise; Cherry; Kirsche)

Background imageCerise Collection: The taste, the hearing and the touch. Allegory of the five senses The meal of a rich

The taste, the hearing and the touch. Allegory of the five senses The meal of a rich
JLJ4597141 The taste, the hearing and the touch. Allegory of the five senses The meal of a rich family: poultry and seafood (including oysters) make up the banquet menu

Background imageCerise Collection: The Cherry Seller (colour litho)

The Cherry Seller (colour litho)
STC259286 The Cherry Seller (colour litho) by Vernet, Antoine Charles Horace (Carle) (1758-1836) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: La Marchande de Cerises; ); The Stapleton Collection; French

Background imageCerise Collection: Small quartet

Small quartet
Heidi Westum

Background imageCerise Collection: Prunus Avium N°3

Prunus Avium N°3
Christophe Verot

Background imageCerise Collection: 20085807

20085807
GREECE Ionian Islands Kefalonia Lixouri Stil Tipaldou Green and cream window and pink wall of house. Travel Tourism Holiday Vacation Explore Recreation Leisure Sightseeing Tourist Attraction Tour

Background imageCerise Collection: Rosa Flower Carpet, bushy plant with cerise-pink flowers in round container

Rosa Flower Carpet, bushy plant with cerise-pink flowers in round container

Background imageCerise Collection: Picking Cherries

Picking Cherries
BAL56376 Picking Cherries by Seignac, Paul (1826-1904); Josef Mensing Gallery, Hamm-Rhynern, Germany; French, out of copyright

Background imageCerise Collection: Cherries

Cherries

Background imageCerise Collection: Two fresh black cherries

Two fresh black cherries

Background imageCerise Collection: Cerise satellite collision, artwork

Cerise satellite collision, artwork

Background imageCerise Collection: Pyjama Suit C. 1918

Pyjama Suit C. 1918
Forward young woman wears a cerise pink & red pyjama suit - the jacket has a roll collar & cuffs & fastens with frogs. She has fur trimmed mules on her feet & a cigarette holder


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"Cerise: A Timeless Symbol of Beauty and Indulgence" Step into the world of art and history as we explore the captivating allure of cerise, a vibrant hue that has fascinated artists for centuries. From still life masterpieces to religious symbolism, this luscious fruit has left an indelible mark on our cultural heritage. In the 17th century, oil on canvas paintings like "Still Life with Fruit Basket" showcased cerise cherries nestled among other succulent fruits, inviting viewers to savor their juicy sweetness. These works captured the essence of abundance and pleasure. Moving forward in time, an 18th-century painting titled "Carafe Half Full of Wine and Silver Goblet" depicted a luxurious scene where a silver goblet awaited its fill from a carafe adorned with ripe cherries. The artist skillfully portrayed opulence through this tantalizing combination. "The Street Singer, " an oil on canvas masterpiece from 1862, introduced us to another facet of cerise's charm. Amidst bustling city streets, a young singer held out her hand while cherries spilled from her basket. This poignant image symbolized both poverty and hope in equal measure. Fast-forwarding to 1913, we encounter a dapper gentleman dressed in his finest attire - a new blue suit complemented by a pearl vest and crisp white shirt. As he stands confidently before us, it is impossible not to notice the small cherry pin adorning his lapel—a subtle yet striking touch that adds flair to his ensemble. Beyond visual artistry lies literature; ancient texts speak volumes about cerises' significance within Christianity. In biblical references dating back to the 16th century in Belgium and France, cherries are associated with Jesus Christ himself—a representation of divine grace amidst earthly delights. Nature morte paintings during the 17th century further immortalized these crimson gems alongside figs, grapes, porcelain bowls, and vineyards.