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Elisabeth Geertruida Wassenbergh ( 1729 -1781 ) Detail: doctor, medicine, chair, table, brazier, foot warmer, cat, spoon, medicine bottle, paintings, boy, bow, arrow, tricorn hat, maid, door, tea set
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 … Continue reading
David Teniers the Younger 1610 – 1690 Detail: pig, redware cook pot, plates, spoon, brass kettle, iron kettle, strainer, bench, pitcher, well, jug, thatch, festival , dancing, dog, children, piper, oven exterior, table, bread, food, piper, doves, dovecote barrel, knife, keys, hat with feather
Jan Steen 1626 – 1679 Detail: hearth, fireplace, dripping pan, gridiron, meat, cooking pot, cleaver, salamander, key, lantern, plates, stool, spoon, pitcher, child, dog.
Edward Penny, 1714-1791 from Yale Center for British Art This is a beautiful scene with an interesting array of clothing to see. Check out the difference in the clothing between the to gentlemen in the painting and notice the style of the clothing on the old lady. Detail: bellows, coal tongs, skimmer, dipper, cooking pot, … Continue reading
Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki 1726-1801 Great picture of a German raised hearth. I hope this boy got a little of the meat when he was done with his long, hot and boring job. Detail: boy, chair, firewood, basket, food, raised hearth, fire, tongs, bucket, brick, spit, reflector, basting tray, brazier, bowl, meat, spoon.
Le Nain brothers 1598/1610 – 1648/1677 OK, I am drawn to rustic 17th century interior scenes. I find the delicate glass goblet almost funny in the very down to earth picture. And while they have food on the “table” and wine in the glass the clothing is in bad shape. What, no bird cage? Details: … Continue reading