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Flemish School, early 17th Century
Flemish School, early 17th Century

Tulips, roses, irises, liverleafs, daffodils, snowdrops and other flowers in a relief vase, with a butterfly and a bee, on a stone ledge

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Flemish School, early 17th Century
Tulips, roses, irises, liverleafs, daffodils, snowdrops and other flowers in a relief vase, with a butterfly and a bee, on a stone ledge
oil on panel
25¼ x 18½ in. (64 x 47 cm.)
Exhibited
Paris, Galerie Michel Ségoura, Tableaux et dessins de maîtres anciens, May 1992, as 'Philippe de Marlier'.

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Lot Essay

Previously attributed to Philippe de Marlier, this painting belongs to a corpus of beautifully executed still-life paintings that are currently anonymous. It would seem that the artist of this group of still-lives was active in the workshop of Frans Francken II in Antwerp. We are grateful to Fred Meijer, of the RKD, The Hague, for his thoughts on this painting.

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