Our painting is distinguished by the balance of the composition and the wonderful distribution of a radiant palette. The shimmering light that floods our painting illustrates the influence of his stay in Rome between 1649 and 1651. The brilliance of the silver pitcher reflects the painter's execution of this painting. This richly garnished table on which is laid a bordeaux / red tablecloth bringing out the fruits, flowers, vidrecome and pieces of silverware.
Dimensions without frame: Length 77cm x Width 110cm
Dimensions with frame: Length: 102cm X Width 135cm
Alexander Coosemans (baptized in Antwerp on March 18, 1627 - died August 28, 1689 in Antwerp) is a Flemish painter of the Golden Age of Dutch painting.
Pupil of Jan Davidszoon of Heem in 1641, he became a member of the Guilds of St. Luke in 1645. He traveled to Rome in 1649 but he returned to Antwerp in 1651. He painted flowers, fruits and various still lifes.
Oil on canvas of the seventeenth century.
Beautiful shell frame carved and gilded nineteenth century.