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Willem Kalf,Still Life with the Drinking-Horn of the Saint Sebastian Archers' Guild, Lobster and Glasses, about 1653

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     The artist has chosen the objects shown for their magnificent colour and texture. The sparkle of the lobster and the buffalo horn , the gleam of the lemon, the subtle texture of the carpet, all demonstrate the play of light over different surfaces. A contemporary viewer would have recognised the objects as expensive luxury items that only the wealthy would have been able to afford.

 

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Willem Kalf (1619 – 1693) was a Dutch Golden Age painter who specialized in still lifes. Later in his life, Kalf became an art dealer and appraiser. Kalf's magnificent still life paintings vary little in their structure, and most of them actually feature the same objects. Usually, a damask cloth or tapestry is draped upon a table on which there is tableware, with gold and silver vessels, many of which have been identified as work of specific goldsmiths, such as Johannes Lutma. There is almost always a Chinese porcelain bowl, often tilted so that the fruits tumble out of it.

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