20 March

Spring is one of the four temperate seasons of the year. Many artists addressed this motif, as "spring" and "springtime" refer to the idea of rebirth, renewal and regrowth. At the spring equinox, which commonly falls on 20 March, days are close to 12 hours long, their length increasing as the season progresses.

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    Printemps. Prunier en fleurs (Spring. Pear blossoms) Oil on canvas, 1877 65.5 x 81 cm R.F. 2733


    Nature morte, fleurs de printemps dans la serre (Still-life, spring flowers in a conservatory) Oil on canvas, 1864 130 x 98.4 cm Formerly in the collection of painter Max Liebermann


    Vue de Montmartre depuis la Cite des Fleurs aux Batignolles - View of Montmartre, 1869 Oil on canvas, 70 x 117 cm


    Hope,around 1872. Canvas,70,5 x 82 cm Inv.20117


    Hall of the Months: March. The Zodiac sign of Aries and one of the deans which govern ten days each. Fresco, centre range, east wall (1476)


    Hall of the Months: March. Peasants pruning and grafting the vines. Fresco, bottom range, east wall (1476)


    Hymnus an den Fruehling (1888). Oil on canvas

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    Fruehling - Spring time. Oil on canvas (1918)


    Maedchen mit Pfingstrosen. Oil on canvas 1909


    Springtime in the Vienna Woods. (Vorfruehling im Wienerwald oder: Die Veilchenpfluecker) 1861, Oil on wood


    Fruehlingsanfang - Early Spring. From the "etched sketches", 1897


    Der Mai - May. Around 1885 Oil on wood, 105 x 81 cm


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