A Study, in March (1855) by John William Inchbold.
The windy, vernal, and ill-omened month in paintings. February by contrast was very under-represented; the approach of spring evidently gives artists a creative lift.
The March Marigold (1870) by Edward Burne-Jones.
March Sun, Pontoise (1875) by Camille Pissaro.
The Ides of March (1883) by Edward John Poynter.
March Winds (no date) by Philip Richard Morris.
March Winds (1925) by Joseph Mellor Hanson.
March (1939) by Grant Wood.
Early March (no date) by Margaret M. Hall
March Morning (1956) by Peter Collins.
The Ides of March (1962) by Cy Twombly.
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…Et en Avril, ne te découvre pas d’un fil…
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