Raphaelle Peale was the oldest surviving son of Charles Wilson Peale, a Renaissance man who painted the leaders of the American Revolution. After being trained in art by his father he went on to become America’s first professional still life painter at a time when the genre was still held in low regard. Thought to have been influenced by Juan Sanchez Cotan and the Mexican still life, his work is characterized by an austere beauty in which a paucity of subjects are arranged in ballet-like harmony and rendered with monastic detail.
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Raphaelle Peale : “Strawberries and Cream” (1816)
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