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Still Life with Vase of Flowers and a Puppy
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1625
Hamen y León, Juan Van Der
Still Life with Vase of Flowers and a Puppy
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1625
Hamen y León, Juan Van Der

This work and its companion (P6413) belonged to Jean de Croy, Count of Solre and captain of the Flemish Royal Guard of Archers, of which Van der Hamen was a member. Unframed, the two paintings hung in De Croy’s Madrid palace, where they flanked the entrance to the painting gallery. As such, they may have served as a trompe l’oeil expansion of the real space, whose floor they probably reproduce. Th

Basket of Flowers
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1670
Arellano, Juan de
Basket of Flowers
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1670
Arellano, Juan de

Throughout his career, Juan de Arellano executed flower pieces of a horizontal format that represent bouquets in open weave wicker baskets. During the last decade of his career, he painted a number of these works on a large scale that constitute the apogee of his flower pieces of this type. The basket motif also appears in a number of other flower paintings from the period, such as Antonio Ponce´s

The Sense of Smell
Oil on panel. 1617 - 1618
Rubens, Peter Paul; Brueghel The Elder, Jan (Jan 'velvet' Brueghel)
The Sense of Smell
Oil on panel. 1617 - 1618
Rubens, Peter Paul; Brueghel The Elder, Jan (Jan 'velvet' Brueghel)

This set of paintings on the five senses (Sight, Hearing, Smell, Taste, Touch) was one of the most successful collaborations of Peter Paul Rubens and Jan Brueghel “the Elder”. Rubens placed his figures in the magnificent courtly scenes created by Brueghel as settings for these allegories of the senses, resulting in a series of enormous quality and esthetic appeal. The subject was widely employed i

Flowers and fruits
Oil on canvas. 1887
Riva y Callol, María Luisa de la
Flowers and fruits
Oil on canvas. 1887
Riva y Callol, María Luisa de la

María Luisa de la Riva went to live in Paris in the late 1880s, attracted by the possibilities for training and the larger number of women artists in the French capital. From there she continued to send her canvases to the National Exhibitions in Madrid. One of them was this still life, where she displays great virtuosity in rendering the textures of a large variety of fruit and flowers. Gl

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