Adrian de Gryef (attributed to)
Antwerp 1670-Brussels after 1722
Oil on canvas representing a "Still life with game"
Flemish School of the 17th century.
Oil on canvas. 47cm x 56cm
19th century stucco frame gilded with gold
Adrian de Gryef is a painter of landscapes and still lifes. He is probably the pupil of Frans Snyders. He married in 1689 in Antwerp. He was cited as a master in Brussels in 1699. He was the creator of small paintings with picturesque subjects depicting animals in open-air landscapes decorated with trees and flowers, most often lit by setting suns.