Floris Gerritsz van Schooten, Breakfast, Oil on panel, 50 x 82 cm. Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp.
Cheese Wedges, 2011; oil on canvas; 18 x 24 in. Courtesy of the Artist and Paul Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco.
Pieter Claesz. Fruit Still Life with Gilded Tazza and Cheese Basket
c. 1624 50 x 73 cm Oil on panel Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem on loan from a private collection.
Clara Peeters 'Still life with Cheeses, Almonds and Pretzels', 1640. Collection Maurithuis,The Netherlands.
Joris van Son (1623–1667), Still-Life with Cheese, 1650s, Medium oil on canvas. Musée des Beaux-Arts de Tours.
Floris van Dyck (circa 1575–1651), Still-Life with Fruit, Nuts and Cheese, 1613, Medium oil on panel, 49 cm (19.3 in). Width: 77 cm (30.3 in).
Frans Hals Museum.
Pancakes, fluffier version of flat bread, were well-like by public, for its egg content.The Pancake Bakery by Pieter Aertsen 1560.
The bowl sitting on the stool to the right is filled with freshly baked waffles. Peasants by the Hearth”, ca. 1560’s. Aertsen, Pieter, (b. 1508, d. 1575).
Floris Gerritsz van Schooten (1590 – 1655), Still-life with Cheese, Bread, and Apples. Private collction.
Floris van Schooten (1590-1655), Still life, 1640. Collection: Hermitage.
Still life with Glass Cheese Butter and Cake by Floris Gerritsz van Schoote. Private collection.
Still Life with a Jug, Cheese, Onions, Fish and a Knife
by François Bonvin, Painted in 1854, Oil on canvas, 34.9 x 28.3 cm. Collection: Glasgow Museums.
Pieter Aertsen (Dutch Northern Renaissance Painter, c 1508-1575) Christ at the House of Martha and Mary.
Still Life with Hare, Duck, Loaf of Bread, Cheese and Flasks of Wine by Jean-Baptiste Oudry, 1742 in the style of Rococo period.
Still life with Fish, Cheese and Bread by Carl Fleischmann (1853–1936), 1936.
Still Life with Cheese by Antoine Vollon (1833-1900), a French realist artist, best known as a painter of still lifes, landscapes and figures. During his lifetime, Vollon was a successful celebrity, enjoyed an excellent reputation, and was called a "painter's painter". In 2004, New York's then-PaceWildenstein gallery suggested that his "place in the history of French painting has still not been properly assessed".
Wayne Thiebaud Delicatessen Counter 1963 , oil on canvas; 60 x 72 inches. Courtesy Allan Stone Gallery.