Butterflies

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Butterflies

$92$108

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Become a member and get 20% off and free shipping on your first purchase! (Only valid for Open Edition Art)

“Butterflies” (1908) by Helen Hyde is a captivating watercolor painting that delicately captures the beauty and grace of these fragile creatures. Hyde’s meticulous attention to detail and vibrant use of color bring the butterflies to life, making the viewer feel as though they’re witnessing the insects in flight. This artwork is a testament to Hyde’s mastery of the medium and her ability to convey the ephemeral and enchanting nature of butterflies. Image: Art Institute Chicago

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Helen Hyde | USA

Helen Hyde (1868-1919) was an American artist known for her skill in printmaking, particularly in color woodcuts and etchings. She was one of the notable female artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Hyde gained recognition for her works that often depicted scenes from Japanese and Mexican cultures, reflecting her travels and experiences in these countries.

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