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Floral Still Life
Oil on copperplate. 1633 - 1666
Kessel el Viejo, Jan Van
Floral Still Life
Oil on copperplate. 1633 - 1666
Kessel el Viejo, Jan Van

Jan van Kessel era nieto de Jan Brueghel el Viejo y sobrino de Jan Brueghel el Joven y de David Teniers II, de quienes fue discípulo. En esta obra aúna varios de los géneros pictóricos en que destacó. Representa una naturaleza muerta con flores en la que se integran pájaros y roedores, mientras que la composición se abre a la derecha para mostrar, en la lejanía, un paisaje dominado por un palacio

The Four Parts of the World. Europe
Oil on copperplate. 1660
Kessel el Viejo, Jan Van
The Four Parts of the World. Europe
Oil on copperplate. 1660
Kessel el Viejo, Jan Van

The Four Parts of the World, that is, the continents known at that time -Europe, Asia, Africa and America -became a very popular subject, as it was totally in keeping with that period’s interest in science. It therefore seems likely that these works may have been commissioned for the sort of cabinet of wonders (Wunderkammer) then fashionable among collectors. What seems unquestionable is that its

The Four Parts of the World. Asia
Oil on copperplate. 1660
Kessel el Viejo, Jan Van
The Four Parts of the World. Asia
Oil on copperplate. 1660
Kessel el Viejo, Jan Van

The Four Parts of the World, that is, the continents known at that time -Europe, Asia, Africa and America -became a very popular subject, as it was totally in keeping with that period’s interest in science. It therefore seems likely that these works may have been commissioned for the sort of cabinet of wonders (Wunderkammer) then fashionable among collectors. What seems unquestionable is that its

The Four Parts of the World. Africa
Oil on copperplate. 1660
Kessel el Viejo, Jan Van
The Four Parts of the World. Africa
Oil on copperplate. 1660
Kessel el Viejo, Jan Van

The Four Parts of the World, that is, the continents known at that time -Europe, Asia, Africa and America -became a very popular subject, as it was totally in keeping with that period’s interest in science. It therefore seems likely that these works may have been commissioned for the sort of cabinet of wonders (Wunderkammer) then fashionable among collectors. What seems unquestionable is that its

The Four Parts of the World. America
Oil on copperplate. 1660
Kessel el Viejo, Jan Van
The Four Parts of the World. America
Oil on copperplate. 1660
Kessel el Viejo, Jan Van

The Four Parts of the World, that is, the continents known at that time -Europe, Asia, Africa and America -became a very popular subject, as it was totally in keeping with that period’s interest in science. It therefore seems likely that these works may have been commissioned for the sort of cabinet of wonders (Wunderkammer) then fashionable among collectors. What seems unquestionable is that its

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