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Still Life with Pie and Silver Ewer
Still Life with Pie and Silver Ewer Still Life with Pie and Silver Ewer

By Willem Claesz Heda

Still Life with Pie and Silver Ewer
Still Life with Pie and Silver Ewer Still Life with Pie and Silver Ewer

A so-called ‘pronkstilleven’ or luxurious still life with expensive objects such as a Chinese dish, a salt cellar, a flute glass, a silver ewer and a fallen nautilus cup (made from a nautilus shell). Heda’s still lifes gradually became fuller and richer after 1640: the number of objects grew and they stood closer together. The colours also became richer. Through his luxurious still lifes Heda was able to display his talents: he was a master at rendering different fabrics and materials and the reflections of light.

Year

1658

Material

oil on canvas

Dimensions

103 x 123 cm

Credit

Frans Hals Museum, On loan from the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands

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