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Into the blue – Blue moods in floral still lifes, floral objects and installations

The Staatliche Fachschule für Blumenkunst Weihenstephan is working on an artistic collaboration with the flower painter Marieluise Bantel. The cooperation takes place within the framework of the Werkformen exhibition ’22, which is organised by the renowned Fachschule für Blumenkunst. The aim of the regularly held Werkformen exhibitions is the artistic use of floral materials and […]

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Flower art – what is that?

When you hear or read the term “flower art”, you are not quite sure at first what is behind it. It can be painted flowers of various styles – from exact depiction to modern representation, almost anything is possible. Flower painting thus offers a wide spectrum of representations and statements. One form of representation with […]

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Floral Art at the Swiss Art Expo 2022

Floral art is the artistic exploration of plants, for example through flower painting. With the flower painting of a hydrangea from the series “The beauty of Decay“, the artist Marieluise Bantel was represented at the art festival Swiss Art Expo 2022 from 24 to 28 August 2022. The painting Bantel showed at the festival is […]

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Final exhibition “The Beauty of Decay”

From 7 to 24 March 2022, Marieluise Bantel will be exhibiting her flower paintings in Stuttgart. The exhibition is called “The Beauty of Decay”. It is the final exhibition of the series of the same name that she has been working on since 2019. The flower paintings on display are all oil on canvas. The […]

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Article in Art Market Magazine

Marieluise Bantel is represented with 16 pages in the internationally renowned journal “Art Market Magazine” (issue 67, February 2022). The theme is her current project “The Beauty of Decay” and the statements behind the flower paintings in this series. The article in the magazine shows a selection of her flower paintings and explains how these […]

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FLOWER PAINTING AT INTERNATIONAL FAIR IN BRUSSELS

At the invitation of the Van Gogh Gallery from Madrid, the flower painter Marieluise Bantel was represented at the international fair art3f in Brussels. The art3f took place from 26 to 28 November 2021 in Brussels at the Palais 1 of the Brussels Expo – Heysel. This year’s event was already the 5th edition of […]

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Marieluise Bantel at the XIII Florence Biennale

The artist Marieluise Bantel was represented at the Florence Biennale 2021 from 23 to 31 October with paintings from her series “The Beauty of Decay” and was also present in person. The event took place in the Fortezza da Basso, a 16th century fortress complex in the city of Florence. The Medicean fortress is located […]

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Flower painting meets luxury dress

Renowned British designer Suzannah Crabb and German flower painter Marieluise Bantel are collaborating on an exclusive limited edition dress for the Summer season.  Suzannah London is a luxury womenswear brand creating beautiful investment pieces designed to be treasured as future heirlooms and is a regular in dressing younger members of the British Royal Family for […]

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Bantel represented in American Art Collector

Floral art by Marieluise Bantel is represented with a full page in the January issue of the renowned US art magazine “American Art Collector”. The focus of this issue is on still lifes. The article entitled “Observing beauty” shows two paintings as well as Ms Bantel in her studio. In the text, she explains the […]

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Bantel in the American Society of Botanical Artists (ASBA)

Flower painting is a specialty that is increasingly in demand. This is perhaps also due to the fact that only artists who have a personal passion for flowers and their artistic representation specialize in this field. One organization in which flower artists come together is the American Society of Botanical Artists (ASBA). This association of flower artists is a guarantee for high quality contemporary botanical art. Now the flower painter Marieluise Barbara Bantel is also a member of the ASBA and can be found in the artists’ gallery of the organization.

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