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Painting ID::  75959
Fruchtestillleben mit Nautilusmuschel
1660?C1665 Oil on canvas, 48.5 x 64 cm cyf

Joris van Son Fruchtestillleben mit Nautilusmuschel oil painting reproduction


   
 

 

 
   
      

Joris van Son
1623-1667) was a highly popular Flemish Baroque painter of fruit and flowers, in banquet style on a plank, but also in garland form. He seems to have been influenced by Jan Davidszoon de Heem, since his subjects follow his style quite closely. According to Houbraken his paintings were prized for preserving summer plenty in the middle of winter. In a poem by Cornelis de Bie, it is written that his fruits would tempt a pregnant woman. His paintings hang in many european museums, and the Dutch RKD has over 70 known works by him on record. He signed his works JORIS VAN SON. His students were Frans van Everbroeck, Jan Pauwel Gillemans II, and Norbert Montalie.
Fruchtestillleben mit Nautilusmuschel
1660?C1665 Oil on canvas, 48.5 x 64 cm cyf

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