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Still Life with Grapes, Apples and Plums
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1630
Espinosa, Juan de
Still Life with Grapes, Apples and Plums
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1630
Espinosa, Juan de

This complex and convincing composition painted from a frontal perspective appears to be divided into two well-connected halves. In the lower half, which is nearer the viewer, the artist has placed a wooden shelf or plank that is chipped in several places, in the manner of a table, on which several elements are skilfully arranged. On the left is a metal plate -silver or pewter on which six masterf

Apples, Figs and Plums
Oil on canvas. Second third of the XVII century
Espinosa, Juan de
Apples, Figs and Plums
Oil on canvas. Second third of the XVII century
Espinosa, Juan de

This work and its pendant (P7926) share innumerable characteristics, notwithstanding their clear differences. They reflect a painting style popular at the Spanish court during the first half of the 17th century: small still lifes for specific clients that enjoyed decorating the rooms in their mansions with images from nature presented in a straightforward, untheatrical mannee.These works generally

Apples
Oil on canvas. Second third of the XVII century
Espinosa, Juan de
Apples
Oil on canvas. Second third of the XVII century
Espinosa, Juan de

This work and its pendant (P7925) share innumerable characteristics, notwithstanding their clear differences. They reflect a painting style popular at the Spanish court during the first half of the 17th century: small still lifes for specific clients that enjoyed decorating the rooms in their mansions with images from nature presented in a straightforward, untheatrical mannee.These works generally

Still Life with Grapes and Apples
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1640
Espinosa, Juan de
Still Life with Grapes and Apples
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1640
Espinosa, Juan de

Octagonal Still Life with Bunches of Grapes
Oil on canvas. 1646
Espinosa, Juan de
Octagonal Still Life with Bunches of Grapes
Oil on canvas. 1646
Espinosa, Juan de

The octagonal format of this painting makes it unique among still lifes in seventeenth-century Spain (and, indeed, the rest of Europe), in which rectangular supports predominated. This peculiarity has important consequences in terms of the compositional organisation of the piece and accentuates the work´s status as a witty game and an occasion to display the artist´s technical abilities. The objec

Still Life with Dead Bird
Oil on panel. 1651
Espinosa, Juan de
Still Life with Dead Bird
Oil on panel. 1651
Espinosa, Juan de

The great charm of this still life has evidently long been apparent to lovers of painting, since it is first recorded in the collection of Gaspar de Haro, later VII Marqués del Carpio (1651), who was one of the most distinguished aristocratic picture collectors of his day. Its size is clearly a factor; the intimate scale is particularly alluring. Indeed, the appeal to collectors of small st

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