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Monochroom banket met roemer, tazza en citroen
Monochroom banket met roemer, tazza en citroen Monochroom banket met roemer, tazza en citroen

By Pieter Claesz

Monochroom banket met roemer, tazza en citroen
Monochroom banket met roemer, tazza en citroen Monochroom banket met roemer, tazza en citroen

Pieter Claesz made his reputation with his monochromatic still lifes: paintings of objects on tables recorded with a restrained palette: subtle shades of grey, brown and green. This work, painted in 1632, is very typical of them. In a beautifully balanced composition he placed pewter plates, a silver cup, a Berkemeijer, bread, olives and a lemon on the corner of a table. As usual he signed this work with his initials: PC, adding an ‘H’ for ‘Harlemensis’ (from Haarlem).

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1633

Credit

Frans Hals Museum, private loan in memory of Joosje

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