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A Larder
Oil on canvas. XVII century
Boel, Peeter
A Larder
Oil on canvas. XVII century
Boel, Peeter

The opulence of Boel’s still lifes, their rich textures and colours and the occasional use of a satirical tone make him one of the most original still-life painters of the period. The boy’s enigmatic smile may have some now unknown meaning. The coat-of-arms on the armchair has also not been identified.

A Larder
Oil on canvas. 1642
Utrecht, Adriaen Van
A Larder
Oil on canvas. 1642
Utrecht, Adriaen Van

Adriaen van Utrecht was a leading still-life painter in Antwerp, producing paintings characterised by their large size and opulent content, works that are also striking for their compositions and pictorial technique. Paintings of this type reflected the wealth and cosmopolitan culture of their owners.

Still life
Oil on canvas. 1668
Hiepes, Tomás
Still life
Oil on canvas. 1668
Hiepes, Tomás

Tomás Yepes is the great figure of Valencian vase and still life painting. On this occasion, he foregoes the traditional symmetry of his compositions to present all the elements and ingredients needed to lay and serve a table. A roast fowl and a curious dragon-shaped pie take pride of place, along with specific motifs of the Levant region, such as the oranges and lemons at the ends. Our att

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

February. Winter still life
Oil on canvas. 1640
Barrera, Francisco
February. Winter still life
Oil on canvas. 1640
Barrera, Francisco

The inscription, February, indicates that this still life belongs to a series on the twelve months of the year, of which at least five others have been located. Each depicts foodstuffs, floral elements or landscapes from its corresponding month. Here, hunting game is the predominant theme, especially birds, and there is also an interesting allusion to chocolate. While the latter was drunk for most

Still Life with Fruit
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1660
Arellano, Juan de
Still Life with Fruit
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1660
Arellano, Juan de

A still life with peaches and pears on a pewter plate. Arellano is known fundamentally as an excellent flower painter, although his workshop is known to have produced paintings with other subjects, especially still lifes with fruit, which were subsequently sold in that artist´s own shop, facing the church of San Felipe. This canvas is the only known work in that genre signed by the artist, w

Still Life with a silver tazza, a roemer and oysters
Oil on panel. 1632
Heda, Willem Claesz
Still Life with a silver tazza, a roemer and oysters
Oil on panel. 1632
Heda, Willem Claesz

The painting belongs to the type of still life designated by Vroom as monochrome banketjes, pieces first executed by Heda towards the end of the 1620s that became very popular in the Netherlands and abroad, as illustrated by the fact that there were two in the inventory of Rubens´s property. There are sufficient grounds to interpret these compositions as moralising, religious or allegorical works.

Still Life with Beer-pitcher and Orange
Oil on panel. 1633
Heda, Willem Claesz (?)
Still Life with Beer-pitcher and Orange
Oil on panel. 1633
Heda, Willem Claesz (?)

As in the case of those two paintings (P02755 y P02756), Still Life with Beer-pitcher and Orange belongs to the typology defined by Vroom (1980) as monochrome banketje. Traditionally, this picture has been attributed to Willem Claesz. Heda. However, there are a number of stylistic aspects that distance it from the still lifes painted by this artist in the 1630s. Firstly, the monotone colouring bas

Table with Desserts
Oil on canvas. Second third of the XVII century
Benedetti, Andries
Table with Desserts
Oil on canvas. Second third of the XVII century
Benedetti, Andries

In a room open to a landscape is a table with various foodstuffs, along with metalwork, dishes and even a pipe. The placement of numerous objects on a broad wooden surface is customary in works by Jan Davidsz de Heem (1606-1683/1684), to whom this work was first attributed. It had previously been considered the work of Benedetti through comparison with his other still lifes. The casual aspect offe

Vase of Flowers
Oil on panel. 1600 - 1625
Brueghel The Elder, Jan (Jan 'velvet' Brueghel)
Vase of Flowers
Oil on panel. 1600 - 1625
Brueghel The Elder, Jan (Jan 'velvet' Brueghel)

Jan Brueghel el Viejo fue uno de los creadores de la pintura de gabinete, que comienza a consolidarse como tal en el siglo XVII. Magnífico pintor de paisajes, se especializó también en la representación de naturalezas muertas, de bodegones y de floreros. Esta pequeña tabla es una muestra de su habilidad como artista al conseguir, con apenas unos toques de blanco, la transparencia del jarrón de cri

Grapes of Spain
Oil on canvas. 1895
Riva y Callol, María Luisa de la
Grapes of Spain
Oil on canvas. 1895
Riva y Callol, María Luisa de la

María Luisa de la Riva enjoyed solid success as a still life painter not only in Spain but also in Paris, where she spent much of her professional career. Besides developing a characteristic way of representing fruit in her mature period, the painter had an ability to make her still lifes unusually expressive. The works painted in Paris, like this one, contain clear references to “Spanishne

Still Life with Cardoon, Francolin, Grapes and Irises
Oil on canvas. 1628
Ramírez, Felipe
Still Life with Cardoon, Francolin, Grapes and Irises
Oil on canvas. 1628
Ramírez, Felipe

Because this work is signed and dated, it reveals the existence of a painter by the name of Felipe Ramírez, although art historians know virtually nothing else about him. This lovely example of his work makes it clear, however, that he continued the tradition of the variety of still life cultivated by Juan Sánchez Cotán (1560-1627), an artist who is considered the most origina

Still Life with a silver beaker and a clock
Oil on panel. 1633
Heda, Willem Claesz
Still Life with a silver beaker and a clock
Oil on panel. 1633
Heda, Willem Claesz

In addition to the Roemer goblet, other glasses common in this kind of monochrome still life presented here include the Berkemeyer, in this case tipped over and broken, and the delicate Façon-de-Venise wineglass, in fashion at the time and likewise made in the Netherlands. Also featured is an exquisitely decorated silver goblet. Alongside them is a knife with a sheath and an open clock that

Table
Oil on canvas. 1636 - 1650
Benedetti, Andries
Table
Oil on canvas. 1636 - 1650
Benedetti, Andries

On a table partially covered by a green tablecloth, the painter has placed a white cloth, delicate gold-worked jars and glasses that reflect the light, a dish with ham, bread and a large basket of peaches and several types of grapes. There is also a half-peeled lemon, typical of Nordic still-lifes. In the background, there is a large red curtain and a gallery with columns. Charged with symbolic an

Mariquiña de Valle-Inclán
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1928
Echevarría Zuricalday, Juan de
Mariquiña de Valle-Inclán
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1928
Echevarría Zuricalday, Juan de

This depiction of the fourth daughter of the famous Galician writer Ramón María del Valle-Inclán is a good example of the small-format portraits of close friends that so notably differ from Echevarría’s celebrated portrait gallery of representatives of the Generation of 98. The Gerstenmaier Collection still includes the portrait of Kukuru, Mariquiña’s dog, a canv

Kitchen Boy
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1620
López Caro, Francisco
Kitchen Boy
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1620
López Caro, Francisco

A table bears various earthenware vessels, a portable stove, a bronze mortar and two peppers. At its corner, a boy looks out of the painting. A sausage and a rabbit hang from above. The boy and objects are depicted with a naturalist technique that explores the descriptive possibilities of contrasting light and shadows with a particular taste for dark browns and earth tones in general.This concept

Still Life with Plate of Blackberries, Antilles Cherries and Hazelnuts in a Landscape
Oil on canvas. 1774
Meléndez, Luis Egidio
Still Life with Plate of Blackberries, Antilles Cherries and Hazelnuts in a Landscape
Oil on canvas. 1774
Meléndez, Luis Egidio

This painting’s realistic appearance is generated with delicate chiaroscuro effects that bring out different parts of the painting, and enhanced by the outdoor effect created by the landscape in the background. The result is a jovial image in which the elements seem to be arranged by chance. That intention is betrayed, however, by the desire for order revealed by an almost terraced arrangement gen

Basket with Peaches and Plums
Oil on canvas. 1654
Camprobín, Pedro de
Basket with Peaches and Plums
Oil on canvas. 1654
Camprobín, Pedro de

The works of Pedro Camprobín were the most important alternative in mid-seventeenth-century Seville to the still lifes of Francisco and Juan de Zurbarán, and this allowed him to dominate the market after their deaths. Instead of the geometric rigor and expressive concentration of the Zurbarans, Camprobín preferred compositions in which the objects were laid out in an apparentl

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