Mural still life with flowers in a glass vase - Jan Davidsz de Heem

Mural Still Life flowers is one of the finest works from the Rijksmuseum. Create a beautiful interior still life with this on your wall. This photo wallpaper adhesive and is available in 2 sizes.
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Mural still life with flowers in a glass vase

Mural Still Life flowers is one of the finest works from the Rijksmuseum. Create a beautiful interior still life with this on your wall. This Photo Wall Murals adhesive and available in 2 sizes. Printed in Full Colour and made self-adhesive wallpaper. The wallpaper is easy to apply without wallpaper glue. This wallpaper comes with free installation kit.

Mural still life with flowers in a glass vase on a stone blade. Bouquet with eg morning glory, Rose (white, pink), wheat, cow parsley, carnation (red and white), bunch of narcissus, opium, RCA (red and white), sweet pea, dog rose, honeysuckle, kevitsbloem, hydrangea anemone (red) and the plinth an anemone (red); further a red admiral butterfly, a caterpillar of psivlinder, a looper, beetles, ants and other insects, spiders and a garden snail. (Source Rijksmuseum)

Jan Davidsz. de Heem (1606-1683 / 1684)

Jan Davidsz grew up in Utrecht, where he was apprenticed to flower still life painter Balthasar van der Ast. In 1626 the artist moved to Leiden. There he he made monochromatic (single color) still lifes, which he varied one, at most two tones. His subjects were mostly musical instruments and books. After 1631 De Heem moved to Antwerp. In this city, his work became more colorful and flamboyant. He changed the subject and focused on the display of fruits and flowers. Although De Heem predominantly lived in Antwerp, he remained a regular period in the North. He was in 1649 and between 1665 and 1672 in Utrecht. The work of Jan Davidsz. de Heem was popular with both buyers and fellow artists. He had many pupils and followers, including Abraham Mignon.
(Source Rijksmuseum)
 
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