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Tendrils Collection

"Tendrils: Nature's Delicate Embrace Unveiled" In the intricate Ara Pacis Augustae, scrolling acanthus relief intertwines like tendrils, symbolizing growth and vitality

Background imageTendrils Collection: Ara Pacis Augustae. Scrolling acanthus relief

Ara Pacis Augustae. Scrolling acanthus relief
Roman Art. Italy. Ara Pacis Augustae. Dated 13 BC. Scrolling acanthus relief. Museum of the Ara Pacis. Rome. Italy

Background imageTendrils Collection: The White Rose and the Red Rose, 1902 (painted gesso over hessian with glass beads)

The White Rose and the Red Rose, 1902 (painted gesso over hessian with glass beads)
CH463059 The White Rose and the Red Rose, 1902 (painted gesso over hessian with glass beads) by MacDonald Mackintosh, Margaret (1865-1933)

Background imageTendrils Collection: Passion flower, Passiflora penduliflora. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte

Passion flower, Passiflora penduliflora. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte
FLO4629537 Passion flower, Passiflora penduliflora. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaire's Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageTendrils Collection: Cucumber with yellow flowers, section of fruit, leaves, tendrils, Cucumis flexuosus

Cucumber with yellow flowers, section of fruit, leaves, tendrils, Cucumis flexuosus
5856495 Cucumber with yellow flowers, section of fruit, leaves, tendrils, Cucumis flexuosus; (add.info.: Cucumber with yellow flowers, section of fruit, leaves, tendrils, Cucumis flexuosus)

Background imageTendrils Collection: Green-fleshed melon, Cucumis melo

Green-fleshed melon, Cucumis melo
5854965 Green-fleshed melon, Cucumis melo; (add.info.: Green-fleshed melon, Cucumis melo, with yellow flowers, tendrils and leaves)

Background imageTendrils Collection: Fork-leaved sundew (Drosera bipinata) leaves unfurling. Cultivated species, occurs in Australia

Fork-leaved sundew (Drosera bipinata) leaves unfurling. Cultivated species, occurs in Australia and New Zealand

Background imageTendrils Collection: Vine leaves with a figure and a burning urn, c.1864-c.1894. Creator: Henri Cameré

Vine leaves with a figure and a burning urn, c.1864-c.1894. Creator: Henri Cameré
Vine leaves with a figure and a burning urn, c.1864-c.1894

Background imageTendrils Collection: Still Life with Fruits and a Goldfinch, 1855. Creator: Otto Didrik Ottesen

Still Life with Fruits and a Goldfinch, 1855. Creator: Otto Didrik Ottesen
Still Life with Fruits and a Goldfinch, 1855

Background imageTendrils Collection: Still Life with Melons and Grapes, 1851. Creator: Otto Didrik Ottesen

Still Life with Melons and Grapes, 1851. Creator: Otto Didrik Ottesen
Still Life with Melons and Grapes, 1851

Background imageTendrils Collection: Cover design for: Hall Caine, The Lost Son (The Prodigal Son), c

Cover design for: Hall Caine, The Lost Son (The Prodigal Son), c. 1904-1919, 1904-c.1919 or earlier. Creator: Anon
Cover design for "The Lost Son" (The Prodigal Son) by Hall Caine, c. 1904-1919, 1904-c.1919 or earlier. Book title in a rectangular frame with stylized leaf and floral motifs

Background imageTendrils Collection: Old cottage in Chipping Campden, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England

Old cottage in Chipping Campden, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England

Background imageTendrils Collection: Garden of Alfriston Clergy House, East Sussex, England

Garden of Alfriston Clergy House, East Sussex, England

Background imageTendrils Collection: Ipecacuan, Ipecacuanha

Ipecacuan, Ipecacuanha
5856780 Ipecacuan, Ipecacuanha by Sowerby, James (1757-1822); (add.info.: Ipecacuan, Ipecacuanha, showing leaves, root and tendrils)

Background imageTendrils Collection: White flowers, tendrils and red berry of Chinese smilax

White flowers, tendrils and red berry of Chinese smilax
5856650 White flowers, tendrils and red berry of Chinese smilax by Sowerby, James (1757-1822); (add.info.: White flowers, tendrils and red berry of Chinese smilax, Smilax china)

Background imageTendrils Collection: a collection of Nepenthaceae from Kunstformen der Natur, 1899 (colour litho)

a collection of Nepenthaceae from Kunstformen der Natur, 1899 (colour litho)
746697 a collection of Nepenthaceae from Kunstformen der Natur, 1899 (colour litho) by Haeckel, Ernst (1824-1919) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Nepenthes)

Background imageTendrils Collection: Gourd-Shaped Snuff Bottle with a Butterfly, Trailing Tendrils, and Fruit

Gourd-Shaped Snuff Bottle with a Butterfly, Trailing Tendrils, and Fruit Branches, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), 1750-1800

Background imageTendrils Collection: The Climax, 1893. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

The Climax, 1893. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
The Climax, 1893. The floating figure of Salome holds the severed head of John the Baptist (Jokanaan). The head has writhing snake-like hair

Background imageTendrils Collection: The Heart of the Rose, 1902 (painted gesso over hessian)

The Heart of the Rose, 1902 (painted gesso over hessian)
CH463060 The Heart of the Rose, 1902 (painted gesso over hessian) by MacDonald Mackintosh, Margaret (1865-1933); 97.8x100.3 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; English, out of copyright

Background imageTendrils Collection: Page 53. Drosera binata, c. 1803-06 (w / c, pen, ink and pencil)

Page 53. Drosera binata, c. 1803-06 (w / c, pen, ink and pencil)
5670359 Page 53. Drosera binata, c.1803-06 (w/c, pen, ink and pencil) by Lewin, John William (1770-1819); Mitchell Library

Background imageTendrils Collection: Passion flower, Passiflora penduliflora

Passion flower, Passiflora penduliflora. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaires Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageTendrils Collection: The Seasons: Summer, 1896 (colour litho)

The Seasons: Summer, 1896 (colour litho)
2634667 The Seasons: Summer, 1896 (colour litho) by Mucha, Alphonse Marie (1860-1939); Private Collection; Czech, out of copyright

Background imageTendrils Collection: Passiflora 'Granadilla', c. 1745 (hand-coloured engraving)

Passiflora "Granadilla", c. 1745 (hand-coloured engraving)
1631613 Passiflora " Granadilla", c.1745 (hand-coloured engraving) by Ehret, Georg Dionysius (1710-70); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; German, out of copyright

Background imageTendrils Collection: Page from The New Picture Book (colour litho)

Page from The New Picture Book (colour litho)
2811956 Page from The New Picture Book (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Illustration for The New Picture Book being Pictorial Lessons on Form)

Background imageTendrils Collection: Passiflora holosericea (Passion Flower) (w / c & bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum)

Passiflora holosericea (Passion Flower) (w / c & bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum)
FIT433486 Passiflora holosericea (Passion Flower) (w/c & bodycolour heightened with gold on vellum) by Ehret, Georg Dionysius (1710-70); 52.5x36 cm; Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

Background imageTendrils Collection: The Waddesdon Cellini Vase, late Roman, c. 400 AD (carved agate)

The Waddesdon Cellini Vase, late Roman, c. 400 AD (carved agate)
XCF307311 The Waddesdon Cellini Vase, late Roman, c. 400 AD (carved agate) by Roman, (4th century AD); H:21.1 W:10.9 cm; British Museum, London

Background imageTendrils Collection: Sinapis nigra (fig 13), Cucumis Sativus (fig 14), from Der Junge Landwirth

Sinapis nigra (fig 13), Cucumis Sativus (fig 14), from Der Junge Landwirth
1275219 Sinapis nigra (fig 13), Cucumis Sativus (fig 14), from Der Junge Landwirth, published 1845 (hand-coloured litho plate) by Trentsensky

Background imageTendrils Collection: Tile with Stylised Flower with Two Leaves and Tendrils, 1882-88 (red and white lustreware

Tile with Stylised Flower with Two Leaves and Tendrils, 1882-88 (red and white lustreware
1217834 Tile with Stylised Flower with Two Leaves and Tendrils, 1882-88 (red and white lustreware) by Morgan, William De (1839-1917); 15.1x15.1 cm; Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Background imageTendrils Collection: wake up

wake up
Jutta Kerber

Background imageTendrils Collection: Le Grand Lathyre (Everlasting Sweet Pea), pub. 1776. Creator: Pierre Joseph Buchoz (1731-1807)

Le Grand Lathyre (Everlasting Sweet Pea), pub. 1776. Creator: Pierre Joseph Buchoz (1731-1807)
Le Grand Lathyre (Everlasting Sweet Pea), from Collection Precieuse et Enluminee, pub. 1776 (hand coloured engraving). Lathyrus grandiflorus

Background imageTendrils Collection: Sinapis nigra (fig 13), Cucumis Sativus (fig 14), 1845

Sinapis nigra (fig 13), Cucumis Sativus (fig 14), 1845
Sinapis nigra (fig 13), Cucumis Sativus (fig 14), from Der Junge Landwirth, pub. 1845 (hand-coloured lithograph plate)

Background imageTendrils Collection: Street lamp overgrown with Ivy in Oxford

Street lamp overgrown with Ivy in Oxford

Background imageTendrils Collection: Ivy on the walls of Christ Church College, Oxford, in Autumn

Ivy on the walls of Christ Church College, Oxford, in Autumn

Background imageTendrils Collection: Virginia creeper or five-leaved ivy (Parthenocissus quinquefolia Engelmannii)

Virginia creeper or five-leaved ivy (Parthenocissus quinquefolia Engelmannii) and Japanese creeper, Boston ivy, Grape ivy, Japanese ivy (Parthenocissus tricuspidata)

Background imageTendrils Collection: Chayote (Sechium edule) vine plant, Beau-Bassin, Mauritius, Africa

Chayote (Sechium edule) vine plant, Beau-Bassin, Mauritius, Africa

Background imageTendrils Collection: Large Flowering Sensitive Plant

Large Flowering Sensitive Plant, engraved by Stadler after Philip Reinagle, in a book entitled The Temple of Flora by Dr Robert John Thornton (1768-1837)

Background imageTendrils Collection: Carrying Cross Front Remains tendrils back c. 1480

Carrying Cross Front Remains tendrils back c. 1480
The Carrying of the Cross (Front), Remains of tendrils (back), c. 1480, mixed media on fir wood, 60.5 x 46.4 cm, unsigned, Wolfgang Katzheimer, (Werkstatt / workshop), um 1430/35-1508 Bamberg

Background imageTendrils Collection: Cherry plum Prunus cerasifera garden carnation

Cherry plum Prunus cerasifera garden carnation
Cherry plum (Prunus cerasifera) and garden carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus), Cherry plum and garden carnation With a chicken and some ornamental plants and tendrils. FIGs

Background imageTendrils Collection: Bolderik Agrostemma githago sour cherry Prunus cerasus

Bolderik Agrostemma githago sour cherry Prunus cerasus
Bolderik (Agrostemma githago) and sour cherry (Prunus cerasus), Bolderik and sour cherry. With some ornamental plants and tendrils. FIGs. 41 and 42 on a sheet hand numbered 22

Background imageTendrils Collection: Five birds branches tendrils Birds series title

Five birds branches tendrils Birds series title
Five birds on branches with tendrils Birds (series title), Five birds on branches with tendrils. The print is part of an album, birds, anonymous, 1601 - 1650, paper, engraving, h 58 mm × w 96 mm

Background imageTendrils Collection: Five birds dragonfly Birds series title branches

Five birds dragonfly Birds series title branches
Five birds and a dragonfly Birds (series title), Five birds on branches with tendrils and fruit. With a dragonfly. The print is part of an album, birds, anonymous, 1601 - 1650, paper, engraving

Background imageTendrils Collection: Vignette leaf vines foliage tendrils branches

Vignette leaf vines foliage tendrils branches
Vignette with leaf vines, foliage, tendrils, branches, ornament, Bernard Picart (workshop of), Amsterdam, 1683 - 1733, paper, letterpress printing, h 26 mm × w 163 mm

Background imageTendrils Collection: Vignette scroll leaf vines foliage tendrils branches

Vignette scroll leaf vines foliage tendrils branches
Vignette with scroll and leaf vines, foliage, tendrils, branches, ornament, scrollwork, strapwork, Bernard Picart (workshop of), Amsterdam, 1683 - 1733, paper, letterpress printing

Background imageTendrils Collection: Upper part of the marble stele (grave marker) of Kallidemos

Upper part of the marble stele (grave marker) of Kallidemos
Greek art. Greece. Upper part of the marble stele (grave marker) of Kallidemos. Date ca. 350-325 BC. Comes from Attica. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. United States

Background imageTendrils Collection: Horizontal Panel Two Nude Boys Surrounded Tendrils

Horizontal Panel Two Nude Boys Surrounded Tendrils
Artokoloro

Background imageTendrils Collection: Japanese creeper, Boston ivy, Grape ivy, Japanese ivy (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) on a house wall

Japanese creeper, Boston ivy, Grape ivy, Japanese ivy (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) on a house wall

Background imageTendrils Collection: Passiflora -- Passion Flower

Passiflora -- Passion Flower -- brought from Peru/Brazil to Europe in 1699

Background imageTendrils Collection: Tipsy grapevine flower fairy, Vitis vinifera

Tipsy grapevine flower fairy, Vitis vinifera.. Handcolored steel engraving by C. Geoffrois after an illustration by Jean Ignace Isidore Grandville from Les Fleurs Animees, Flower Fairies, Paris

Background imageTendrils Collection: Detail Horned Mask Wearing Whimple Design Sword

Detail Horned Mask Wearing Whimple Design Sword
Artokoloro



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"Tendrils: Nature's Delicate Embrace Unveiled" In the intricate Ara Pacis Augustae, scrolling acanthus relief intertwines like tendrils, symbolizing growth and vitality. The White Rose and the Red Rose, a masterpiece of painted gesso over hessian with glass beads, showcases delicate tendrils reaching out towards love and passion. Witness the mesmerizing unfurling of Fork-leaved sundew leaves in Australia. These captivating tendrils lure unsuspecting prey into their grasp. Marvel at the upper part of Kallidemos' marble stele, where intricately carved tendrils adorn a timeless grave marker. Step back in time to an old cottage nestled in Chipping Campden, Cotswolds. Here, nature's tendrils reclaim ancient stones as they weave through crumbling walls. Discover tranquility in the Garden of Alfriston Clergy House; its lush greenery adorned with graceful tendrils that dance in harmony with gentle breezes. Explore Ipecacuanha's white flowers entwined with vibrant red berries on Chinese smilax vines. Admire Kunstformen der Natur's collection from 1899 - vivid illustrations capturing exotic Nepenthaceae plants whose elegant pitchers resemble delicate tendrils reaching for sustenance. Behold a Gourd-Shaped Snuff Bottle adorned with butterflies and trailing tendrils - a testament to craftsmanship merging artistry and nature seamlessly. Aubrey Beardsley's "The Climax" transports us to another realm where sensuous lines mimic curling tendrils that captivate our imagination. Lastly, immerse yourself in Ms Fr. 247 f25 illustration depicting Joseph's story from Antiquites Judaiques – here we find tendril-like motifs gracefully adorning this ancient manuscript page and can more than mere botanical wonders; they embody nature’s gracefulness as it reaches out to touch our souls across time and cultures.