This still life was produced during the height of the tulip mania: a speculative bubble in which contract prices for some bulbs of the recently introduced and highly fashionable tulip reached extraordinary levels. The red-and-white and red-and-yellow striped varieties shown here were especially prized. The dead frog at right is a reminder that life and beauty are destined to fade.
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Jacob Marrel : “Still Life with a Vase of Flowers and a Dead Frog” (1634)
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