A still life of tulips, roses, anemones, and carnations by Hans Bollongier, a flower painter of the Dutch Golden Age. The Rijksmuseum comments that Still Life with Flowers was “was painted shortly after the Dutch stock market crashed in 1637, when many people went bankrupt due to the speculation in tulip bulbs. This festive bouquet may thus refer to the transience of earthly matters.”
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Hans Bollongier : “Still Life with Flowers” (1639)
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