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Still life with Ebony Chest – Pereda 1652

Posted by on April 30, 2012

Still life with Ebony Chest by Pereda 1652

 

Antonio de Pereda  1611 – 1678

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Detail: chest, keys,  cups, tumbler, porridge pot, mulling stick, plate, biscuit, band box, cheese, bowl, flask.

One Response to Still life with Ebony Chest – Pereda 1652

  1. Marc Schaftenaar

    Interesting piece! The ebony chest is decorated in the Hindeloopen style, and the little cup on the left looks like a piece of Delfts’ Blue ceramics. Also the vase on the right looks like a Dutch vase. The Netherlands were officially part of the Spanish Empire until 1648, interesting to see how a Spanish artist got hold of several Dutch items.

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