Bluebells is kind of blue flowers like bells rich in Scotland. This painting titled Bluebells was created by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema who was a Dutch-born, British painter and one of the most highly prestigious romantic artists of late 19th century Britain admired by people for his superb draftsmanship and depictions of Classical antiquity. His sensitive
bluebells and grass. We can see two women are involved in the beautiful scenery. One woman leans on a tree peacefully in a little far distance, losing in deep thought. Her facial expression can’t be seen very clearly. Maybe she is immersing in deep thought or just addicting to this fascinating sea of flowers. The other woman sitting in a fabric seems to indulge herself in this wonderful scene. Her pose makes her so natural and comfortable.
Alma-Tadema was a perfectionist who attached high importance to every detail and architectural line while painting. He valued the most precise accuracy in the details of his compositions. The brilliant colour, delicate setting, the people and the objects he painted reveal a vivid and lively scene, expressing a strong romantic feeling and gentle sentiment which make viewers involved in this attractive scene.