White roses by Adolphe Piot

White roses - Adolphe Piot -

Artwork Information

TitleWhite roses
ArtistAdolphe Piot
Art MovementAcademicism
Current LocationPrivate Collection
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About White roses

Adolphe Piot, the French painter known for his portraits of young women, created the artwork “White Roses” during the XIX-XX century. Piot exhibited in the Paris Salons from 1850 to 1909 and studied under Parisian artist Leon Cogniet. “White Roses” is part of a private collection but is available as a reproduction.

The painting depicts a young woman holding a bouquet of white roses with pink hues on her cheeks and lips. Piot’s use of soft brushstrokes creates a dreamy aesthetic that captures the innocence and beauty of youth. The painting’s subject matter, white roses, has symbolic significance in western culture. White roses are often associated with purity, innocence, and new beginnings.

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