The popularity of impressionism flower painting, and of still life generally, soon spread in Europe. The rich families also employed flower painters to execute on canvas of bounteous and extravagant flower artwork, without the moralistic vanitas message. Especially popular were bouquet oil painting, were accompanied by symbolic reminders of life's impermanence. A vase
, some fruits
, sometimes with a butterfly
, or a book with pages turning in flower paintings for sale, would serve as a moralizing message on the ephemerally of sensory pleasures.
Impressionism flower oil paintings became a big thing during the 19th century when the movement was at its strongest. In particular, Impressionism paintings that focused on flowers had a very powerful following. Sometimes they would serve as the background, and in other oil art they would be the star. Notable artists that did impressionism flower paintings are Claude Monet, Mary Cassatt, and Pierre-Auguste Renior. Their oil paintings along with many others helped to define the great creations of Impressionist flower artorks. World famous museums have collected a lot of these paintings along with several private collectors that have found the movement interesting. -- The Copyright of Scripts is Reserved by Toperfect.