Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore Judith Solomon, Still Life and more!

"Parfait Slices" 10 x 10 inches Judith Solomon's accomplished still lifes contrast order with potential chaos. Her arrangements of china and fruit, arrayed on white linens and offset by the decorative brocades of wallpaper, hint at a world both elite and conventional. Tea services symbolize an observance of public commitments and a certain generosity, but also promise exemplary behavior. Solomon's compositions, however, and the luscious fruit she places in fragile containers.

Judith Solomon's accomplished still lifes contrast order with potential chaos. Her arrangements of china and fruit, arrayed on white linens and offset by the decorative brocades of wallpaper, hint at a world both elite and conventional. Tea services symbolize an observance of public commitments and a certain generosity, but also promise exemplary behavior. Solomon's compositions, however, and the luscious fruit she places in fragile containers, hint at repressed passions or emotional needs

Red Bird - 28 x 22 Judith Solomon's accomplished still lifes contrast order with potential chaos. Her arrangements of china and fruit, arrayed on white linens and offset by the decorative brocades of wallpaper, hint at a world both elite and conventional. Tea services symbolize an observance of public commitments and a certain generosity, but also promise exemplary behavior. Solomon's compositions, however, and the luscious fruit she places in fragile containers.

Judith-Maria of Swabia (b. Goslar, 9 April 1054 – d. 14 March ca. 1105?) was a German princess, a member of the Salian dynasty and by her two marriages Queen of Hungary and Duchess of Poland renamed Sophia in 1089. She was the daughter of Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor by his second wife Agnes, daughter of William V, Duke of Aquitaine and Count of Poitou.