11 - 13 December 2012
After Pieter de Ring
An orange, a lemon, grapes, a silver standard with a porcelain plate, a golden cup, oysters on a pewter plate, a lobster, a fruit basket, bread, a knife, all on a partially draped wooden table
oil on canvas
80.8 x 113 cm.
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The composition of this painting derives from the still life by Pieter de Ring in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (inv. no. SK-A-335).
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