Seis pinturas que celebran la primavera

September 21 marks the beginning of spring in the southern hemisphere. A time of fertility and flowering, the third season of the years symbolizes life and the arrival of the warmer weather. Love, other of the topics represented in this period is also showed as one of the central motives of the spring-like narrative.

The painting does not stay behind; masters like Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Sandro Botticelli, John Everett Millais, John William Waterhouse and Pieter Brueghel have captured the delights of the spring on their works. We want to show you some of them as follows:

Sandro Botticelli: Allegory of Spring (1482 approx.) Italian Renaissance

Sandro Botticelli: Primavera
Sandro Botticelli: Allegory of Spring

Pieter Brueghel: Spring (1600 approx.) Dutch Renaissance

Pieter Brueghel: La primavera más joven
Pieter Brueghel: Spring

John Everett Millais: Apple Blossoms (1858-59) Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

John Everett Millais: Brotes de manzana primaverales
John Everett Millais: Apple Blossoms

Claude Monet: Spring (1873) Impressionism

Claude Monet: Primavera
Claude Monet: Spring

John William Waterhouse: A Song of Springtime (1913) Romanticism

John William Waterhouse: A song of springtime
John William Waterhouse: A Song of Springtime

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