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Soap Bubbles Collection

Captivating and ephemeral, soap bubbles have long fascinated both young and old

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Bubble girl

Bubble girl
Guillaume Vigoureux

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap Bubbles, after 1739. Creator: Jean-Simeon Chardin

Soap Bubbles, after 1739. Creator: Jean-Simeon Chardin
Soap Bubbles, after 1739

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Growing My Own Plants

Growing My Own Plants
Andi Bell Art

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Fun

Fun
Oussama Mazouz

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Conversazione of the Royal Society at Burlington House (engraving)

Conversazione of the Royal Society at Burlington House (engraving)
1038107 Conversazione of the Royal Society at Burlington House (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Conversazione of the Royal Society at Burlington House)

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: The man who won imperishable fame (litho)

The man who won imperishable fame (litho)
976605 The man who won imperishable fame (litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The man who won imperishable fame)

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: To supersede lawn-tennis - the bubble-party (engraving)

To supersede lawn-tennis - the bubble-party (engraving)
3640721 To supersede lawn-tennis - the bubble-party (engraving) by Du Maurier, George (1834-96) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: To supersede lawn-tennis - the bubble-party)

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Punch cartoon: Edward Knatchbull-Hugessen, 1st Baron Brabourne

Punch cartoon: Edward Knatchbull-Hugessen, 1st Baron Brabourne, English Liberal politician and author (engraving)
6034943 Punch cartoon: Edward Knatchbull-Hugessen, 1st Baron Brabourne, English Liberal politician and author (engraving) by Sambourne

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Seifenblasn

Seifenblasn
Erkan Camlilar

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Symphony

Symphony
Jake Olson

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: In Love With Bubble

In Love With Bubble
Rullyanto Wibisono

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Violetta

Violetta
Svetlana Melik-Nubarova

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: without care

without care
Andrzej Krawczyk Photography

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Fragile

Fragile
Soap bubble in a globe frame under a glass dome. Ecology and climate change concept. Fragile Earth still life with copy space. Dina Belenko

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Vanitas Still Life, c. 1665 / 1670. Creator: Jan van Kessel

Vanitas Still Life, c. 1665 / 1670. Creator: Jan van Kessel
Vanitas Still Life, c. 1665/1670

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap Bubbles, probably 1733 / 1734. Creator: Jean-Simeon Chardin

Soap Bubbles, probably 1733 / 1734. Creator: Jean-Simeon Chardin
Soap Bubbles, probably 1733/1734

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: The Boy with Soap Bubbles (L enfant aux bulles de savon), 1868 / 1869

The Boy with Soap Bubbles (L enfant aux bulles de savon), 1868 / 1869
The Boy with Soap Bubbles (L enfant aux bulles de savon), 1868/1869

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap Bubbles, 1739. Creator: Pierre Filloeul

Soap Bubbles, 1739. Creator: Pierre Filloeul
Soap Bubbles, 1739

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Blowing Soap Bubbles Under the Plum Blossom. Creator: Suzuki Harunobu

Blowing Soap Bubbles Under the Plum Blossom. Creator: Suzuki Harunobu
Blowing Soap Bubbles Under the Plum Blossom

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap Bubbles, ca. 1859. Creator: Thomas Couture

Soap Bubbles, ca. 1859. Creator: Thomas Couture
Soap Bubbles, ca. 1859

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap Bubbles, ca. 1733-34. Creator: Jean-Simeon Chardin

Soap Bubbles, ca. 1733-34. Creator: Jean-Simeon Chardin
Soap Bubbles, ca. 1733-34

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap-bubbles, 1740s

Soap-bubbles, 1740s. Found in the Collection of State A. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Vanitas Life Vanitas life table skull songbook

Vanitas Life Vanitas life table skull songbook
Vanitas Still Life Vanitas still life, Vanitas still life. On a table are a skull, a songbook, a document with a large seal with the Dutch lion, a flute, a globe, dice, soap bubbles and an oil lamp

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Boy Blowing Soap Bubbles. Allegory on the Transitoriness and the Brevity of Life, 1663

Boy Blowing Soap Bubbles. Allegory on the Transitoriness and the Brevity of Life, 1663. Found in the Collection of Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Boy Blowing Bubbles. Artist: Manet, Edouard (1832-1883)

Boy Blowing Bubbles. Artist: Manet, Edouard (1832-1883)
Boy Blowing Bubbles. Found in the collection of Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Chozza e Turchi, 1899. Artist: Hohenstein, Adolfo (1854-1928)

Chozza e Turchi, 1899. Artist: Hohenstein, Adolfo (1854-1928)
Chozza e Turchi, 1899. From a private collection

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Louise Marie de Bourbon (1674-1681), duchesse d Orleans

Louise Marie de Bourbon (1674-1681), duchesse d Orleans. Found in the Collection of Musee de l Histoire de France, Chateau de Versailles

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Woman reflected in a bubble, postcard, c1890-c1909(?)

Woman reflected in a bubble, postcard, c1890-c1909(?)

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Two Boys blowing Bubbles, c. 1670. Artist: Netscher, Caspar (1639-1684)

Two Boys blowing Bubbles, c. 1670. Artist: Netscher, Caspar (1639-1684)
Two Boys blowing Bubbles, c. 1670. Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Still Life with a Boy Blowing Soap-bubbles, c. 1635. Artist: Dou, Gerard (Gerrit) (1613-1675)

Still Life with a Boy Blowing Soap-bubbles, c. 1635. Artist: Dou, Gerard (Gerrit) (1613-1675)
Still Life with a Boy Blowing Soap-bubbles, c. 1635. Found in the collection of the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Russian Venus, 1925-1926. Artist: Boris Mikhajlovich Kustodiev

Russian Venus, 1925-1926. Artist: Boris Mikhajlovich Kustodiev
Russian Venus, 1925-1926. Found in the collection of the State Art Museum, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap Bubbles ca 1859 Oil canvas 51 1 / 2 x 38 5 / 8

Soap Bubbles ca 1859 Oil canvas 51 1 / 2 x 38 5 / 8
Artokoloro

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Bubbles, 1886 (oil on canvas)

Bubbles, 1886 (oil on canvas)
BAL1960 Bubbles, 1886 (oil on canvas) by Millais, John Everett (1829-96); 107.5x77.5 cm; Elida Gibbs Collection, London, UK; English, out of copyright

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Nine soap bubbles floating in the air

Nine soap bubbles floating in the air

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap bubble film iridescence C017 / 8528

Soap bubble film iridescence C017 / 8528
Soap bubble film iridescence. Iridescence is the property of certain surfaces to change colour depending on the angle of light refraction or reflection, or the angle of view

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap bubble film iridescence C017 / 8529

Soap bubble film iridescence C017 / 8529
Soap bubble film iridescence. Iridescence is the property of certain surfaces to change colour depending on the angle of light refraction or reflection, or the angle of view

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap bubble iridescence C017 / 8525

Soap bubble iridescence C017 / 8525
Soap bubble iridescence. Iridescence is the property of certain surfaces to change colour depending on the angle of light refraction or reflection, or the angle of view

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap bubble iridescence C017 / 8524

Soap bubble iridescence C017 / 8524
Soap bubble iridescence. Iridescence is the property of certain surfaces to change colour depending on the angle of light refraction or reflection, or the angle of view

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap bubble iridescence C017 / 8523

Soap bubble iridescence C017 / 8523
Soap bubble iridescence. Iridescence is the property of certain surfaces to change colour depending on the angle of light refraction or reflection, or the angle of view

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: MANET: SOAP BUBBLES, 1867. Oil on canvas by Edouard Manet, 1867

MANET: SOAP BUBBLES, 1867. Oil on canvas by Edouard Manet, 1867

Background imageSoap Bubbles Collection: Soap bubbles

Soap bubbles between two sheets of glass. These structures form the lowest energy state possible, known as a minimal surface, as a result of the balancing of surface tensions



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Captivating and ephemeral, soap bubbles have long fascinated both young and old. From the delicate iridescence of 'The Bubble' to the intellectual discourse in the 'Conversazione of the Royal Society at Burlington House, ' these enchanting spheres have captured our imagination throughout history. Just like 'The man who won imperishable fame, ' we find ourselves mesmerized by their fleeting beauty. In a world where even great politicians like Edward Knatchbull-Hugessen can't resist their allure, it's no wonder that bubble parties are seen as a potential replacement for lawn-tennis. As depicted in the lively engraving, people gather together to celebrate life's simple pleasures, joyfully chasing after bubbles that seem to defy gravity. But beyond their playful nature lies a deeper symbolism. Like Vanitas Still Life or Jean-Simeon Chardin's masterpiece 'Soap Bubbles, ' these fragile orbs remind us of life's transience. They serve as a gentle reminder that just like bubbles, moments come and go without care for our desires or worries. Yet within this fragility lies an undeniable magic – one that captures hearts and ignites passion. Whether it be through Violetta's love affair with bubbles or the innocent delight of Bubble Girl, there is something undeniably captivating about these shimmering creations. So let us embrace the whimsical charm – those elusive wonders that bring out our inner child and allow us to momentarily escape reality. In their brief existence, they offer us a glimpse into pure joy and remind us to cherish every fleeting moment.