Dutch School, Still Life With Vase Of Flowers
A vivid still life, dated 1911, depicting a beautiful arrangement of flowers bursting out of a golden vase set on a marble ledge. On the left, a single butterfly balances delicately on a leaf.
The artist has been influenced by the detailed, high contrast, style made popular by the Dutch old masters in the 17th century. Every delicate petal appears lifelike and as soft as silk. Almost as if you could reach into the vase and be among them.
The painting is signed in the lower right and housed within an ornate wooden and stucco frame with repeating decorative motifs.
Oil on canvas laid on board
|Size including frame||
37½” x 29½” / 95cm x 75cm x 4cm
|Year of creation||
In very good condition overall. Frame with some light age-related wear.