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Apple drawing by Frederick Thomas Baynes, United Kingdom, 1824–1874

This ripe, juicy apple on a mossy bank with grapes and blackberry leaves was painted by a British artist called Frederick Thomas Baynes. Artists call a group of objects like this a ‘still life’. Baynes used watercolours on paper.

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