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So, Pears and Roses are Related

 Anjou Pear, 4"x6" Oil on Linen Panel
Yes, it was a big surprise to me that pears and roses were in the same family. It makes sense when I think about the beautiful and sensuous shapes of the rose hips also with other attractive attributes of both pears and roses. Well, to celebrate my new found information, I painted pears of every kind I could find on my visit to the market, accompanied by some grapes and then grapes with glorious blue cheese.
Anjou Pear No.2, 4"x6" Oil on Linen Panel
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Two Bosc Pears, 5"x7" Oil on Linen Panel
Blue Cheese and Grapes, 5"x6" Oil on Linen Panel


  1. Hello

    I am a new follower of yours and joined in the drawing for one of your delicious painting on the blog French Country Cottage .
    I like the roses and the peacock feather


  2. It was very hard to leave a comment I had to try 4 times to get it FYI


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