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34 Maestro della fruttiera lombarda

Lombard School century), "Still Life with Birds and Fruit," undated. Oil on canvas, 16 x 21 in. Photographed at a private collection in Florence. The Frick Collection / Frick Art Reference Library Photoarchive.

Desde el Renacimiento hasta nuestros días: Pieter Claesz (1597-1661)

Still Life with Fruit Pie (after Pieter Claesz) by Kevin Best::

STILLLEBEN MIT FRÜCHTEN, AUSTERN UND EINEM RÖMER Öl auf Leinwand. Doubliert. 78 x 65,5 cm. Gemäß Vorbesitzer wurde die Echtheit des Gemäldes durch Fred...

Cornelis Jansz de Heem Leiden - 1695 Antwerp), Still life with fruit, oysters and a roman goblet. Oil on canvas. 78 x cm.

Adriaen Coorte (Dutch, ca. 1665 – after 1707) - A bowl of strawberries on a stone plinth, ca. 1696. Rijksmuseum

A Bowl of Strawberries on a Stone Plinth, Adriaen Coorte, 1696 - Rijksmuseum

Картинки по запросу dutch still life 1600s

Still life paintings for sale at gallery are beautiful pictures by famous artists painters like Cézanne; the objects of still life oil paintings include food, fruits, flowers, and wine.

Lizette Bazuin. De blauwe theepot

Lizette Bazuin. De blauwe theepot

still life dutch painting - Google Search

Still life with dessert (Paris, Louvre) Dutch and Flemish Still Life Painting

Maestro di Hartford, Natura morta

Master of Hartford, Flowerpot, elevation with figs, grapes and basket with fruit on the table Private collection

Willem Kalf - Still-Life with an Aquamanile, Fruit, and a Nautilus Cup.

Willem Kalf Still-Life with an Aquamanile, Fruit, and a Nautilus Cup 1660 Oil on canvas, 111 x 84 cm Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

Claes van Heussen; Grapes and pears in a woven basket, with pears, peaches, apricots and a plum on a stone ledge, with a fly on the stone wall

Grapes and pears in a woven basket, with pears, peaches, apricots and a plum on a stone ledge, with a fly on the stone wall

"The beauty in Judith Braun’s work is that she uses her fingers to paint beautifully. I thought her symmetrical pieces are the most beautiful, and hardest to create. I can only imagine the self-restraint she had – if it were me I’d get all giddy (and a bit mad with anticipation) at the thought of having a tub of charcoal powder and a clean white wall at my disposal." - via Pikaland

Incredible finger drawings by Judith Braun. grade thumb print portraits on another level.Incredible finger drawings by Judith Braun.

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