Vintage Delectable Fruit Kitchen Art

Assortment of vintage delectable fruit kitchen art with vivid colors on a white background.

Around the turn of the 20th century technically accurate paintings were used to create lithographs of fruit, vegetables and additional botanical varieties of plants.

Customers love the artwork from another era. I can appreciate providing the old styles in a modern era.

HANGING SOULARD APPLES

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Two bright Soulard apples hanging from a tree branch with two medium colored green leaves.

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GERMAN PRUNES

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Three digitally remastered vintage German prunes hanging for a branch with two dark leaves.

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HEPSTINE RASPBERRIES

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Eleven juicy Hepstine raspberries hang from a branch with two medium green leaves.

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WASHINGTON & MONROE PEACHES

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Two blight and striking images of peaches. The Washington variety and the Monroe.

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EARLY RICHMOND CHERRIES

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Five bright red early Richmond cherries growing on a branch with medium green leaves.

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BARTLETT JUICY PEAR

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One juicy, signature sweet Bartlett pear hanging from a branch with light green leaves.

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Some interesting history on the Bartlett pear –> Did you know that the Bartlett pear and the Williams pear are one and the same? In the United States, we call the pear a Bartlett, in other countries it may be known as the Williams.

Enoch Bartlett purchased the Thomas Brewer in Roxbury, Massachusetts where a pear tree was growing. It was the first of its kind in the United States. Mr Bartlett propagated and introduced the variety to the United States using his own name.

Later, it was found that the previous property owner of the Thomas Brewery land had imported a Williams pear from Europe. Around thirty years after the fact, Williams started to import to the United States. By this time, the Bartlett name stuck in the United States.


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