Blossoms (c.1881) by Albert Joseph Moore

Blossoms - Albert Joseph Moore - c.1881; United Kingdom

Artwork Information

ArtistAlbert Joseph Moore
Datec.1881; United Kingdom
Dimensions147.3 x 46.4 cm
Art MovementAcademicism
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About Blossoms

“Blossoms” is an oil on canvas artwork by Albert Joseph Moore, created around 1881 in the United Kingdom. This piece is influenced by the Academicism movement and carries the dimensions of 147.3 cm by 46.4 cm, portraying a portrait as its genre.

The painting depicts a woman seen in full length, elegantly garbed in a flowing, soft pink gown that drapes gracefully over her form. Her attire and posture convey a sense of classical beauty, with a simple yet refined style that emphasizes the fabric’s delicate folds and the subtle modeling of her figure. The woman’s expression is serene and contemplative, suggesting a moment of introspection or daydream. A dramatic backdrop of richly hued red fabric adds a striking contrast to the scene, juxtaposed against a tapestry of white blossoms that reinforce the painting’s title and enhance its overall aesthetic appeal. The attention to detail is meticulous, from the woman’s gentle grasp on her neckline to the intricate patterns of the blossoms behind her, showcasing Moore’s skill in rendering textures and colors with precision. The painting exudes a tranquility and timeless grace characteristic of Academicism, inviting the viewer into a serene, poetic world.

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