Monday, May 9, 2011

Country French Paintings

I hope everyone had a wonderful relaxing Mother's Day today! The hubby made a wonderful breakfast for me and my mom, the kids put a show on for us and then my mom and I did a little shopping for her upcoming trip. I wanted to share with you these beautiful country french paintings that I just purchased from a fellow blogger friend. Ann from http://onsuttonplace.blogspot.com she's selling some of her treasures on her blog , it's called Ann's Attic. Let's take a look at my new favorite finds....










Thank you Ann for making your old treasures my new favorite ones!! Martina
I am sure a lot of you already know Ann and her wonderful blog but for those of you who don't I thought I'd give you a little peak of her beautiful home so you can go on over to say hi!!http://onsuttonplace.blogspot.com


                                   I love her living room!



                   And here's a little peak of her pretty kitchen.


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29 comments:

Pat said...

These are wonderful Martina!

Happy Mother's Day!:-)

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Oh my gosh Martina this is so incredibly nice! I am almost speechless...which we all know hardly ever happens. :o) Thank you so much for this feature. I am so glad those painting found a new home. They look lovely...I think the way you have propped them instead of hanging is so smart. No holes and easier to move around. Sounds like your Mother's Day was very special. Have a good week...~Ann

Blondie's Journal said...

The paintings are beautiful, Martina, and they look wonderful in your pretty home! Ann has such good taste...her home is beautiful as well.

SO glad you had a Happy Mother's Day! :-)

XO,
Jane

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

I love Ann's style, too. Love the sheep painting. Wish I had beat you to it!

Yvonne@StyleBurb said...

Those are wonderful paintings- they have a lovely warm glow about them. I am a fan of Ann's blog as well!

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜ said...

Ann as great talent and style. Love your new treasures and I thank you for sharing at the newbie party Martina. Your day sounded great.

Shelia said...

Hi Martina! Happy Mother's Day. Those paintings are so beautiful! I'm going to have to go and visit her blog!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh your paintings are fabulous. I love both of them, two of my favorite subjects. Her home is truly lovely. I hope you had a super special Mother's Day. Hugs, Marty

mississippi artist said...

Love those paintings, they really are treasures.

Pam - diy Design Fanatic said...

Pretty paintings, Martina! The frames are gorgeous!

Traci said...

What beautiful paintings. I love the one of the bunnies. I will have to pop over to Annie's to see all of her other treasures.
Traci

Kathy said...

Well this is just beautiful, what a lovely post on Mothers day..those sheep are just adorable!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Oh my heart went pitter-pat when I read that your children put on a show for you!!!! How adorable! I hope you made a video. And wonderful you got to spend it with your MOM!
Your bunnies are just precious! So frenchy!
Yvonne

Sharon (Roses and Rust) said...

I'm glad to here you had a fun mother's day and your paintings are lovely - they definitely have a very French country flavour. Have a good day. x Sharon

Cindy said...

Love Ann's blog! You did good, love your paintings!

Pattie said...

Congrats on your feature over at NTT.... and love that painting... hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day.

Pattie

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Martina,
Your new treasures are so pretty...I did agree with you about Ann's home...it's beautiful! Come by and grab my little starfish featured button for your blog...yes you have been featured at NIFTY THRIFTY TUESDAYS! Thanks so much for coming to my party...it's always nice to see ya here:)

Blessings,
Linda

Blue Creek Home said...

Martina,
I love your paintings! I adore sheep and that one is wonderful! Thanks for letting us know about Ann's Attic.
Rhonda

Lakota [Faith Hope and Charity Shopping] said...

Hi, they might be French paintings, but that first one just shouts Wales to me (where I grew up) - sheep everywhere there! They look great propped up like that.

Visiting from NTT
Lakota x

SavannahGranny said...

Thanks for sharing the beautiful paintings with us. I especially love the little rabbits. I appreciate the heads up about Ann's blog. I will be heading over there.
Thanks for visiting the Azores with me. We are still laughing about the cows. Hugs, Ginger

Dragonfly Treasure said...

Lambies and bunnies my 2 fav animals. Can't go wrong there, imo! I used to feed our baby lambs with bottles, when I was little, if the mother rejected them. I even had a pet one that followed me around like a dog and we would play and play. Ah the memories!
*hugs*deb!

dogsmom said...

You did find some great treasures.

tammylovesdishes said...

These paintings are beautiful and they look lovely showcased in your home. I think I will head over to Ann's for a peek, too. Thanks!
Tammy

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

I really like how you've displayed that first picture. SO many wonderful things together. They're all my kind of colors!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Hi Martina, Your new paintings are beautiful. How precious is that sheep painting.
Hugs,
Sherry

abeachcottage said...

What lovely treasure finds and they look wonderful in your beautiful home.

Linda said...

The paintings are charming, Martina, and look wonderful in your home!

Ispirato Design said...

I've always loved those french bunnie or should I say Lapin paintings. I'm a recent follower of Anne's blog and it is wonderful! ...so is yours- now following! Please stop by -I'm having a pet portrait give away :)

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