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Taste of autumn11

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Cultivation of quince may have preceded apple culture, and many references translated to "apple", such as the fruit in Song of Songs, may have been a quince. Among the ancient Greeks, the quince was a ritual offering at weddings, for it had come from the Levant with Aphrodite and remained sacred to her.

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Taste of autumn11

  1. 1. Jean-Yves Boissé (French, 1954) Quinces and Pitcher (Coings et Pichet)
  2. 2. Jean-Yves Boissé (French, 1954)
  3. 3. Jean-Yves Boissé (French, 1954) Still life
  4. 4. Jean-Yves Boissé (French, 1954) Huitres Coings Citron et Bouteille
  5. 5. Jean-Yves Boissé (French, 1954) Huîtres, coings et pot
  6. 6. Jean-Yves Boissé (French, 1954) Reines claude, grenade et coing
  7. 7. Antonio López (Spain, 1936) Membrillero 1990
  8. 8. Antonio Morano (Spanish, 1943)
  9. 9. Antonio Morano (Spanish, 1943)
  10. 10. Antonio Morano (Spanish, 1943)
  11. 11. Antonio Vázquez Bartolomé (Spain, 1959) Alacena Margaritas en vaso con agua
  12. 12. Antonio Vázquez Bartolomé (Spain, 1959) Membrillos sobre arcón Copa con uvas
  13. 13. Antonio Vázquez Bartolomé (Spain, 1959) Cesta con uvas
  14. 14. Antonio Vázquez Bartolomé (Spain, 1959) Membrillos sobre arcones
  15. 15. Antonio Vázquez Bartolomé (Spain, 1959) Membrillos sobre arcones
  16. 16. Catherine Abel (Australian, 1966) Still life with quinces
  17. 17. Asgar Mammadov (Azerbaijan,1945) Still life with quince, pomegranates and duduk
  18. 18. Yana Movchan (Ukraine, 1971)
  19. 19. Natalia Shelkova (Russian, 1962) Robert Papp (American) Quince
  20. 20. Tiberiu Mursa (Romanian, 1969) Gutui și lampă Paul Foxton (British) Two quinces
  21. 21. Cristina Goia Quince Duet Cristina Goia Potpouri
  22. 22. Dmitry Borisovich Vlasov (Russian, 1962) Still life
  23. 23. DumitruMacovei(Romanian,1953)Sticlășigutuiuitate Vali Ciobanu (Romanian, 1976) Vara in culori
  24. 24. Vali Ciobanu (Romanian, 1976) Gutui pârguite
  25. 25. Emmanuel (Peru) UNICEF Market
  26. 26. GerardMonborren(France,1949) Coing2016 NataliaGoncharova(Russian1881–1962)Autumnbouquet
  27. 27. Julian Merrow-Smith (British, 1959) Quince and cup 2012
  28. 28. Green Quince and Bottled Plums 2005 Julian Merrow-Smith (British, 1959) Still life with quinces and walnuts 2018Two quinces 2006
  29. 29. Julian Merrow-Smith (British, 1959) Quince on a French cloth 2011
  30. 30. Julian Merrow-Smith (British, 1959) Quince 2014
  31. 31. Julian Merrow-Smith (British, 1959) Quinces 2017 Quince with blue pot 2017
  32. 32. Julian Merrow-Smith (British, 1959) Quinces 2016
  33. 33. Julian Merrow-Smith (British, 1959) Three quinces 2017 Quince, clementine and black bowl 2017 Three quinces 2014
  34. 34. Mihaela Dobre Florile-s calde
  35. 35. Kapitolina Rumyantseva (1925-2002) Still life with fruit 1965
  36. 36. Claudia Schitelea (Romanian, 1972) Still Life With Quinces Quinces on a Table
  37. 37. Ștefan Popa Popa's (Romanian, 1955) Before winter
  38. 38. Ștefan Popa Popa's (Romanian, 1955) Fresh Quinces
  39. 39. MihailȘtefănescu(Romanian,1845-1900) Naturămoartăcugutui
  40. 40. Martinus Nellius (1669 – 1719) Still Life with Quinces, Medlars and a Glass, Rijksmuseum
  41. 41. Martinus Nellius (1669 – 1719) Still Life with Quinces, Medlars and a Glass, Rijksmuseum
  42. 42. Narges Akbarzadeh (Iran) Still life
  43. 43. TatianaChepkasova(Russian,1973) WhiteliliesonbluebackgroundTatiana Chepkasova -Quinces
  44. 44. José Antonio García Alvarez (Spanish, 1954) Membrillero
  45. 45. Tomás H. Berlana (Spanish, 1948)
  46. 46. Tomás H. Berlana (Spanish, 1948)
  47. 47. Tomás H. Berlana (Spanish, 1948)
  48. 48. Tomás H. Berlana (Spanish, 1948)
  49. 49. Tomás H. Berlana (Spanish, 1948)
  50. 50. Tomás H. Berlana (Spanish, 1948) Rama con membrillos
  51. 51. Konstantin Kacev (Uzbekistan, 1967)
  52. 52. Konstantin Kacev (Uzbekistan, 1967)
  53. 53. Konstantin Kacev (Uzbekistan, 1967)
  54. 54. KonstantinKacev (Uzbekistan,1967)
  55. 55. Konstantin Kacev (Uzbekistan, 1967)
  56. 56. Konstantin Kacev (Uzbekistan, 1967)
  57. 57. Konstantin Kacev (Uzbekistan, 1967)
  58. 58. Konstantin Kacev (Uzbekistan, 1967)
  59. 59. Konstantin Kacev (Uzbekistan, 1967)
  60. 60. Konstantin Kacev (Uzbekistan, 1967)
  61. 61. Konstantin Kacev (Uzbekistan, 1967)
  62. 62. Lina Kovalenko (Russia, 1959) Quinces
  63. 63. Cultivation of quince may have preceded apple culture, and many references translated to "apple", such as the fruit in Song of Songs, may have been a quince. Among the ancient Greeks, the quince was a ritual offering at weddings, for it had come from the Levant with Aphrodite and remained sacred to her. Plutarch reported that a Greek bride would nibble a quince to perfume her kiss before entering the bridal chamber, "in order that the first greeting may not be disagreeable nor unpleasant". It was with a quince that Paris awarded Aphrodite. It was for a golden quince that Atalanta paused in her race. The Romans also used quinces; the Roman cookbook of Apicius gives recipes for stewing quince with honey, and even combining them, unexpectedly, with leeks. Pliny the Elder mentioned the one variety, Mulvian quince, that could be eaten raw. Columella mentioned three, one of which, the "golden apple" that may have been the paradisal fruit in the Garden of the Hesperides, has donated its name in Italian to the tomato, «pomodoro» Lina Kovalenko (Russia, 1959) Autumn flowers and quince
  64. 64. Sound: Pasión Vega - Tan Poquita Cosa; Querría Text and pictures: Internet All copyrights belong to their respective owners Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda https://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda 2019

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