This virtuoso still life by Jan van Huysum offers up a wealth of small details to explore. Close inspection reveals a myriad of insects, creeping among the vegetation; tiny droplets of water, bending the light; rich, organic textures rendered with consummate precision. Like many Dutch still life artists, his works combine flowers from different seasons, yet his commitment to realism was such that he once delayed an entire painting for the sake of a single yellow rose, which was not to bloom until the following spring.
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Jan van Huysum : “Bouquet of Flowers in an Urn” (1724)
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