Dutch still life

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Adriaen Coorte ‘Still Life with Wild strawberries’ 1705 | by Plum leaves Strawberries, Wild Strawberries, Still Life

Adriaen Coorte ‘Still Life with Wild strawberries’ 1705

Oil on paper mounted on panel Adriaen Coorte [Dutch Golden Age painter, ca.1660-1707] Adriaen Coorte’s collected works comprises more than 60 signed paintings, almost all of which are dated between 1683 and 1705. His manner of painting was highly refined, and his works small in scale. Initially Coorte painted more traditional subjects, such as vanitas still lifes, before concentrating on fruit, vegetables, nuts, and shells. The objects in his still lifes are often shown life-size, resting on…

marta tarvis
Still Life with Ginger Jar (after Willem Kalf) | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Richard Diebenkorn Still Life, Willem Kalf, Dutch Still Life, Pierre Bonnard, Richard Diebenkorn, Joan Mitchell, Art Classique, Dutch Golden Age, Photography Abstract

Still Life with Ginger Jar (after Willem Kalf)

Willem Kalf was the master of the pronkstilleven with was a form of still life that featured rare and valuable items. I have been for some time searching for a Ginger Jar that featured in his work, whilst not identical, this is pretty close. One of things I love about Kalf is his ability to paint the translucency of porcelain. Chinese Kraak porcelain was much in demand by the royalty of Europe, a little Kalpmuts bowl like this would have commanded quite a price in its day. It is so light and…

William Hoppes
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Elegance and Refinement: The Still-Life Paintings of Willem van Aelst (March 11–May 28, 2012)

Seventeenth-century Dutch artist Willem van Aelst painted still lifes that are remarkable for their fine finish, carefully balanced composition, elegant subject matter, and rich, jewel-toned palette. Elegance and Refinement is an unprecedented exhibition of more than 25 paintings that celebrate the exquisite work of a neglected master who had a significant impact on late-17th-century still-life painting. Van Aelst (1627–1683) was one of the most technically brilliant Dutch still-life…

Judith Lombardi
Still Life after Willem Kalf 2 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Willem Kalf, Vanitas Paintings, Dutch Still Life, Dutch Masters, Dutch Golden Age, Still Life Photos, Johannes Vermeer, Still Life Photographers, Dutch Painters

Still Life after Willem Kalf 2

Here is my website Kevin Best Still Life Photographer The chinese bowls in these works are known as Kraak Porcelain it was produced from the Wanli reign (1563-1620) until around 1640. the name came from the Portuguese ships Carracks, which transported them. I marvel when I think of what these wafer thin delicate little objects have been though and survived.

Katarzyna Strumińska

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