A Still Life With A Large Roemer, A Knife Resting On A Silver Plate Bearing A Partly-Peeled Lemon, Walnuts And Hazelnuts, On A Marble Ledge Oil Painting - Pieter Claesz.

A Still Life With A Large Roemer, A Knife Resting On A Silver Plate Bearing A Partly-Peeled Lemon, Walnuts And Hazelnuts, On A Marble Ledge

Pieter Claesz.Item # 330179
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  • About Reproduction

    Discover the allure of art with our faithful reproduction of "A Still Life With A Large Roemer, A Knife Resting On A Silver Plate Bearing A Partly-Peeled Lemon, Walnuts And Hazelnuts, On A Marble Ledge", originally brought to life by the talented Pieter Claesz.. Unlike posters or prints, our hand-painted oil painting breathes an unique sense of depth and texture into your space. Every detail, every stroke, and every texture is meticulously recreated, paying the perfect homage to Pieter Claesz. and his artistic vision.

    Owning this piece is more than just decoration - it's a statement of your refined taste in art. Let the vibrant colors and intricate details of this replica serve as a daily reminder of the beauty in our world. Elevate your decor and appreciate the richness of art with our replica of this masterpiece.

  • Painting Description

    "A Still Life with a Large Roemer, a Knife Resting on a Silver Plate Bearing a Partly-Peeled Lemon, Walnuts and Hazelnuts, on a Marble Ledge" is a notable work by the Dutch Golden Age painter Pieter Claesz. Created in the 17th century, this painting exemplifies the meticulous attention to detail and the subtle interplay of light and shadow that characterize Claesz's work. The painting is a quintessential example of still life, a genre that flourished during the Dutch Golden Age, where everyday objects were depicted with almost photographic realism and imbued with layers of symbolic meaning.

    Pieter Claesz., born in Berchem near Antwerp around 1597 and active in Haarlem from 1621 until his death in 1660, was renowned for his still life compositions. His works often featured a limited palette, which helped to unify the composition and focus the viewer's attention on the textures and forms of the depicted objects. "A Still Life with a Large Roemer" is no exception, showcasing Claesz.'s skill in rendering materials such as glass, metal, and the translucence of a lemon peel with astonishing realism.

    The painting's composition is carefully constructed, with each element—the large roemer (a type of glass goblet), the silver plate, the partly-peeled lemon, and the assortment of nuts—meticulously placed on a marble ledge. The arrangement invites the viewer to contemplate not only the beauty of the objects themselves but also the transient nature of worldly pleasures, a theme commonly explored in still life paintings of the period. The knife, resting precariously on the edge of the plate, adds a sense of balance to the composition and may symbolize the fleeting moment between life and death, a reminder of the vanitas theme prevalent in Dutch still life painting.

    The work is celebrated for its technical excellence and its ability to evoke a meditative mood, encouraging viewers to reflect on the passage of time and the sensory pleasures of the material world. "A Still Life with a Large Roemer" is not only a testament to Claesz.'s mastery of the still life genre but also a valuable insight into the cultural and philosophical preoccupations of 17th-century Dutch society. Through this painting, Claesz. contributes to the rich tapestry of Dutch Golden Age art, offering a window into the era's aesthetic achievements and its enduring fascination with the beauty of the everyday.

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