Sebastian Stoskopff 1597 – 1657 Detail woodpeckers, brazier, plate, artichoke, wood tub, fish.
Georg Flegel 1566 – 1638 Now that is a big fly or maybe the loaf of bread is really small. Detail: Pitcher, bread, fish, plate, parsley, fly
Evaristo Baschenis 1617 – 1677 Day 5 of Bread week. Detail: boy, bread, fancy bread, shirt
Floris Gerritsz. van Schooten 1590 – 1655 Day four of bread week! Detail: cheese, silver beaker, bread, biscuits, biskets, butter, currents, knife This painting depicts a still-life of cheese, a silver beaker, bread on a pewter dish, butter in a blue-and-white bowl, together with red- and white-currants, a knife and biscuits on a table draped … Continue reading
Day 2 of Bread Week on Siftingthepast. The rich man has bread in abundance and variety and the poor man none. Detail: food, bread, manchet bread
Floris Gerritsz. van Schooten 1590 – 1655? Detail: food, produce, cabbage, artichoke, ham, brass kettle, copper pan, pottery cooking pot, jar, table, bench, basket, bowl, apples, fish, knife, kitchen.
Pieter Cornelisz. van Slingelandt 1640 – 1691 Don’t tell this guy that the “sandwich” has not been invented yet. Detail: hat, glass, facial hair, man’s shirt, jacket, jug, folding knife, fish, bread, cloth, barrel, plate.
Antonio de Pereda 1611 – 1678 Would you like a snack? Detail: chest, keys, cups, tumbler, porridge pot, mulling stick, plate, biscuit, band box, cheese, bowl, flask.
Jan Steen 1626 – 1679 Detail: hearth, fireplace, dripping pan, gridiron, meat, cooking pot, cleaver, salamander, key, lantern, plates, stool, spoon, pitcher, child, dog.
Samuel van Hoogstraten 1627 – 1678 The realism of this type of painting is just stunning. Boy that marbled notebook looks familiar. Detail: marbled paper, scissors, chain, cameo, comb, paper, quill, pen knife, marbled notebook, book, folding knife, medal, letter, sealing wax, spectacles, leather thong.