Albrecht Kauw the Elder (1621-1681) is a Bernese artist considered to be the leader of this city's still life.
Influenced by Dutch painting which is at its peak, Kauw will also be a brilliant cartographer and a painter of vedute. But still life remains the genre that demonstrates its ability to paint textures.
In this table we have the two facets of still life, namely the return of hunting with ducks and pigeons placed on the table and woodcock in the process of pheasant hanging on the wall. To complete the picture, a pitcher of wine and a ham form the background.
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