Nature Large Death with Lobster

size(cm): 45x40
Sale price£133 GBP


The painting Large Still-life with Lobster by the artist Abraham Van Beyeren is a masterpiece of 17th century painting. This painting is a perfect example of the Dutch Baroque artistic style, which is characterized by richness and detail in the representation of everyday objects.

The composition of the painting is impressive. Van Beyeren has carefully placed each object in the scene, creating a sense of balance and harmony. The center of attention is of course the big red lobster that sits in the center of the table. But there are also other interesting objects, such as a silver jug, a glass of wine, a fruit basket and a selection of breads and cheeses.

Color is another prominent aspect of the painting. Van Beyeren uses a rich and vibrant color palette to bring objects in the scene to life. Gold and brown tones combine with rich reds and greens to create a striking and vibrant look.

The history of the painting is also fascinating. Large Still-life with Lobster was painted in 1660, during the heyday of Dutch Baroque art. The painting was commissioned by a wealthy Dutch merchant who wanted to show his wealth and good taste through the artwork.

Also, there are some little-known aspects of painting. For example, Van Beyeren is said to have used a real lobster as a model for the painting. It is also believed that the painting was created in a very short period of time, which shows the skill and talent of the artist.

In short, Large Still-life with Lobster is a stunning work of art that stands out for its artistic style, composition, color, and rich history. This painting is one of the best representations of Dutch Baroque art and continues to be a source of inspiration for artists and art lovers around the world.

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