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Birds and flowers of Martin Johnson Heade. (1819 - 1904).
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Birds and flowers of Martin Johnson Heade. (1819 - 1904).

Painter of the Hudson River scholl Martin Johnson Heade influenced by the tropical paintings of Frederic Edwin Church goes also in South America. In Brazil, in Nicaragua, in Ecuador. It represents landscapes but also the details ahead plane. Knowing to paint dead natures and the landscapes it combines the 2 kinds in its paintings where tropical birds, especially of the hummingbirds, are beside beautiful flowers, often orchises. The painter likes the vaporous atmospheres. The most beautiful fabrics are that or the atmosphere and full with fog and from where emergent colors of the flowers and nature. 
The composition and the subjetct are often the same ones, the colors change and also some details. The birds ones are in parade or are figting or perched close to the orchises and the flowers of passion. Sometimes they keep the nest with or without the small ones. With the background fog forests, lakes, falls, cascades, mountains. The glance is always attracted with far. 

The flowers are various colors. There are 54 painting to see…