This page contains botanical drawings, paintings and embroidery of Ranunculus. Some are shown as small thumbnails on this page; click the thumbnail to see a larger picture, then click your browser's Back button to return.
|Arjo Rosendaal is an artist from Rotterdam, and he has specialised in painting works featuring landscapes in combination with buttercups. Click on the image for further paintings (Arjo's own site).|
|Ranunculus penicillatus subspecies pseudofluitans variety pseudofluitans in the River Erwell in Sussex. Also known as 'Ophelia' by John Everett Millais. Click to enlarge|
Thomas Baxter, Watercrowfoot (1821)
David Miller, Brown Trout & Water Crowfoot
Vincent van Gogh: Still Life with Scabiosa and Ranunculus
John Constable: The Hay Wain (1821). Although it is hard to see on reproductions, in the original (which can be seen the National Gallery in London), flowering Ranunculus can be seen in the water.
Marinus A. Koekkoek (1930). 'In sloot en plas' (in ditch and pond) (left) and 'In de Weide' (In the Meadow) (right). These are part of a series of watercolours made for educational purposes in Dutch primary schools. The Ranunculus in both cases is most likely R. peltatus. More information (in Dutch) here.
Pond Water Crowfoot', Eero Järnefelt, oil on canvas, 1895
by Marianne van der Peijl
Stella Ross-Craig: Drawings of British Plants
Isabel Adams (1910) - Wild Flowers of the British Isles
Ranunculus penicillatus var calcareus by Magdi M Ali
Ranunculus acris by Andrew Spink
Schwarzwaldes (Tafeln) (1927)