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Graves Gift, 1935. Museums Sheffield
Flowers in a Vase
Date Made/Found: 18th Century
Artist: Attributed to Dutch School, 18th Century , 1700 - 1799
Artist: Previously attributed to Jan van Huysum , Dutch, 1682 - 1749
Artist: Possibly by Coenraet Roepel , Dutch, 1678 - 1748
Material and Medium: oil on canvas
Dimensions: Support: 912 x 805mm Sight size: 651 x 554mm Overall: 911 x 809 x 140mm
Department: Visual Art
Accession Number: VIS.37
This painting by an unknown artist features a variety of flowers including roses, tulips, poppies and hydrangeas, which were popular with 18th century Dutch flower painters. From in-depth research, it has been suggested that the artist may be Coenraet Roepel (1678-1748), who was a fruit and flower still-life painter from the Hague. The vase depicted has similar features to the popular metalwork of Adam van Vianen from the early 1600s.
Display Location: In Store
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