Jacob van Hulsdonck

Roses in a Glass Vase

1214 detail signatuur
1214 achterzijde
1214 ingelijst
1214 voorzijde
1214 voorzijde

Jacob van Hulsdonck
Roses in a Glass Vase

c. 1640-1645 Non visible

The bouquets in most seventeenth-century floral still lifes are made up of many different kinds of flowers, but for this small painting Van Hulsdonck selected only roses, including a sweet briar at the top left. As a result, it seems far more natural than other floral still lifes. It has also been painted with great precision, from the water droplets on the leaves to the cockchafer beetle in the bottom right-hand corner.

Van Hulsdonck worked in Antwerp, but trained in Middelburg, probably under Ambrosius Bosschaert who was specialised in flower still lifes.

Détails techniques
1214 voorzijde

Jacob van Hulsdonck
Roses in a Glass Vase

c. 1640-1645 Non visible

Acquired by the Friends of the Mauritshuis Foundation, 2016
Vers le haut

Détails

Informations générales
Jacob van Hulsdonck (Antwerp 1582 - 1647 Antwerp)
Roses in a Glass Vase
c. 1640-1645
painting
1214
Détails des matériaux et techniques
oil
copper
28.4 x 35 cm
Inscriptions
rechtsonder: IVHVLSDONCK.FE.
IVH ineen

Origine

Private collection, France; private collection, England; purchased by the Friends of the Mauritshuis Foundation, 2016; on long-term loan from the Friends of the Mauritshuis Foundation, since 2016