Abraham Susenier

(Leiden c. 1620 - after 1666 Dordrecht)

A Still Life with a Basket of Grapes,
a Lemon on a Pewter Plate and a Roemer

Oil on panel
21 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches (55 x 59.5 cm)
Signed with a monogram, lower left

Abraham Susenier was a rare still-life and landscape master whose few remaining examples reflect the work of Jan Davidz de Heem and Abraham van Beyeren. His breakfast pieces most often display fruit, crabs, bread, glasses and metalware on wooden table tops with crumpled velvet cloths, and usually with vine branches trailing over them. He also painted Vanitas still-lifes but less frequently. Susenier's palette is light in tone, leaning toward the monochromatic, and the elements are accurately drawn.

Exposant: Daphne Alazraki
Title: Abraham Susenier
Catégorie: Peintures - Européennes
Epoque: 1600 - 1700 Prix:

N° 734
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