Still life

size(cm): 45x65
Sale price£186 GBP


Johannes Baers' Still-Life painting is a 17th-century masterpiece noted for its unique artistic style and detailed composition. The work measures 104 x 147 cm and features a variety of objects arranged on a table, such as fruit, flowers, kitchen utensils, and a ceramic pitcher.

Baers' artistic style is characterized by his ability to capture light and shadow on each object in the painting, creating a sense of depth and realism. Also, his soft and smooth brushwork technique gives the work a smooth and elegant look.

The painting's composition is impressive, as Baers carefully and harmoniously arranged objects, creating a sense of balance and proportion. The ceramic pitcher in the center of the work acts as a focal point, while the fruits and flowers are evenly distributed throughout the table.

The use of color in the painting is vibrant and engaging, with a palette of bright, warm tones that bring out the natural beauty of the objects. The fruits and flowers are painted with great precision and detail, making them look almost lifelike.

The history of Still-Life painting dates back to the 17th century, when artists began to depict everyday objects in their artwork. This art form became a popular genre in Europe and was used to represent the wealth and power of the owners of the works.

Although Baers's work is widely known, there are little-known aspects of his life and work. For example, little is known about his artistic training and personal life. However, his artistic legacy remains impressive and his work continues to be a source of inspiration for artists today.

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