1 November 2011
Egidus Nuemans (active Flanders, 17th Century)
A stone cartouche surrounded by garlands of pink roses, tulips, poppies and other flowers and birds with an Italianate landscape in the centre
signed 'EGIDVS NUEMANS' (lower right)
oil on canvas
162.5 x 117.1 cm.
Private collection, Belgium, 1986.
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A. van der Willigen and F.G. Meijer, A Dictionary of Dutch and Flemish Still-life Painters Working in Oils, 1525-1725, Leiden 2003, p. 152.
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