Detail: workshop, tinware, tin bucket, tin funnel, stump anvil, mallet, shears, soldering iron, betty lamp, cooking pot, chocolate pot, plates, brazier, work bench, stool, dog, oil lamp
Posts Tagged With: stool
Detail: shoemaker, cordwainer, axe, sailors palm, hammer, twine, knife, bench, tub, shoes, mules, stool, boots, awl, strap, tools, shoe last, work apron, monmouth cap, stump, feather, bird cage, bird, shelf, pot, bottle, jar, basket, walking stick
Johann Eleazar Zeissig ( 1737 – 1806 )
I think someone has been bad…
Detail: bottle, jug, pitcher, bowl, basket, stool, whisk, baby, child, bread, glass, oven, scarf, tricorn
Detail: Food, cabbage, carrots, apples, fish, fowl pots, pans, buckets, strainer, cleaver, stool, onions, cat, bottles, basket, rabbit, cheese, bread, turkey, duck, rooster, jug, fruit
Adriaen van Ostade (1610–1685)
Ok, it might be easier to say what isn’t in this painting.
Detail: alchemist, wife, children, basket, window, raised hearth, curtain, ladder, herbs, basket, bowl, pot, bottle, flask bread, scales, funnel jar, box, stool, spoon, kettle, pipe, specticles, knife, tongs, bellows, book, retort, jug, hourglass, drill, fire bucket, sieve, pitcher, dust pan, oven, plate, mortar and pestle, small kettle, matches
Francis Wheatley, 1747-1801 from:Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Detail: Children, cat, hat, stool, baby basket, dog, table, food, pitcher, knife, striped blanket, fireplace, hearth, bedwarmer, bellows, window, basket, candles sticks, bread, door
Francis Wheatley, 1747-1801 from Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Detail: farm, cows, bridge, farm house, bundle of sticks, dog, maid, bucket, pot, stool , broom, hay fork, barrel, canteen, smock, spatter-dashes, thatch roof
Jan Steen 1626 – 1679
Detail: hearth, fireplace, dripping pan, gridiron, meat, cooking pot, cleaver, salamander, key, lantern, plates, stool, spoon, pitcher, child, dog.
I wish this artist has done more work. I look at this painting and my eyes just don’t know where to stop, there are so many things of which to make note. Isn’t this a kitchen we all wish we had tucked away behind our real house. I was caught by his tied shoes and his breeches being tied at the knee, also his lack of neck-wear. Is that a greatcoat that he wore to work this morning hanging on the wall behind him? I like the elevated cook surface that we can see in the background by the large open hearth. And don’t forget the kitchen cat!
Detail: Produce, onions, lettuce, carrots, washtub, pitcher, chair, ladle, bench, cat, brass kettle, basket, fowl, rabbit, case bottle, wall nook, great coat, bird cage, glass bottle, meat, S-hooks, pottle basket,milk pans, bowls, spit rack, tankard, candle box, hearth, crane, stool, table, cloth cap, sleeved waistcoat, apron, breeches, shoes, cat.