Roses In A Vase

Technique: Giclée quality print
Recommended by our customers
Finishing (pick one!)

More about this artwork

This painting, "Roses in a Vase" by Henri Fantin-Latour, beautifully captures a bouquet of roses arranged in a simple glass vase. The background and surface on which the vase sits are rendered in a muted, monochromatic brown tone, focusing the viewer's attention primarily on the flowers themselves.Fantin-Latour is renowned for his masterful handling of still life compositions, and this painting exemplifies his ability to bring lifelike texture and depth to the blooms. The roses, varying in hues from deep, velvety red to soft whites and yellows, are depicted in various stages of bloom. From tightly closed buds to fully opened flowers, each petal is rendered with delicate brushstrokes that suggest their soft, velvety nature.The arrangement is asymmetrical, with some roses leaning out of the vase and even a few petals and a fully bloomed rose laying on the surface beside the vase, adding a sense of natural spontaneity to the composition. This technique not only enhances the visual interest but also gives the still life a more dynamic, almost narrative quality, as if the roses were casually dropped there.Overall, the painting evokes a sense of quiet elegance and timelessness, typical of Fantin-Latour's floral still lifes.


We create reproductions on demand, with a production time of 5 to 7 business days.

Our courier service ensures delivery within an additional two business days.

If you need a faster turnaround, please contact us. We can often expedite the process to meet your needs.

You can also pick up your paintings at our galleries in Kaunas or Vilnius.


Yes, reproductions can be returned.

If you have any concerns more than 30 days after purchase, please contact us. We will either provide a refund or offer a replacement!

Please note that we accept a maximum of two returns per customer. Since reproductions are made to order, we encourage you to choose responsibly.

Shipping expenses are non-refundable.

Flowers and fruit still life paintings by Henri Fantin-Latou (1836-1904), French painter, illustrator and lithographer. Formally trained at Lecoq de Boisbaudran, he also learned portrait painting by his famous father. He was known for his group compositions of contemporary celebrities in the arts, yet his flower paintings were the most lucrative and particularly appreciated in England.