Alexander Altmann: Chrysanthemums

Alexander Altmann, Chrysanthemums, signed Alexandre Altmann (lower left), oil on canvas, Image Source: Sotheby’s

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  1. shoreacres says:

    Every time I come across this flower I smile, remembering how I learned to spell its name when I was a child. I imagined a young boy named Chrys and his mother: Chrys-an-the-mum.

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    1. Thanks for sharing your memory, Linda. 🙂❤️

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  2. A bit of unintentional humor in your third link: “In 1905 Altmann moved to Vienna and then onto Paris….” I can just see him sitting atop the Eiffel Tower.

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  3. Lovely!!! Thank You! 🤗🤗🤗

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    1. My pleasure, Katy! Thanks for visiting. 😎❤️

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      1. My pleasure as well!!! 😎💖

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  4. This is lovely. It has me thinking of croissants and all things buttery and delicious! 😋

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    1. Now I can taste them, too! Thanks, Giadreams. 😎

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    2. I have clicked ‘like’ on this three times and it keeps disappearing…

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      1. WordPress has been acting strangely today for me as well. The likes do disappear sometimes. It maybe WP telling you to take a break because you’ve spread enough love today. 😁

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      2. Ooh, so they are trying to coerce me to return to my real life. Of course! lol

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    1. I am so pleased you enjoy this one, vermavkv. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. 🙂


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