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Still Life with Fruit, Nuts and Cheese
Still Life with Fruit, Nuts and Cheese Still Life with Fruit, Nuts and Cheese

By Floris Claesz van Dijck

Still Life with Fruit, Nuts and Cheese
Still Life with Fruit, Nuts and Cheese Still Life with Fruit, Nuts and Cheese

An expensively laid table with damask, Chinese porcelain, pewter dishes, cheeses, fruit, bread and wine. This type of still life is known as a ‘breakfast piece’ and originated around 1610 in Antwerp and Haarlem among other places. The high point of view is characteristic of early still lifes: the viewer sees the table from above. All the objects can be clearly seen, there is hardly any overlapping. Each detail is accurately painted: the bloom on the grapes, the wormhole in the apple peeling, the reflection of the bread in the dish.

Year

1613

Material

oil on panel

Dimensions

66,6 × 95 cm

Credit

Frans Hals Museum, photo: Tom Haartsen

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