Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
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Sebastian (or Sébastien) Stoskopff (Strasbourg, July 13, 1597 – Idstein February 10, 1657) was an Alsatian painter. Nowadays, he is considered one of the most important German still life painters of his time. Long forgotten and unsung compared to Dutch and Flemish still life painters of the European Baroque period, his works were rediscovered by art historians only after 1930.

Stoskopff is known to be a painter well-versed in portraying goblets, cups and particularly glasses. His still life compositions are characterized to be reduced to a few objects. Chief works by Stoskopff today are mostly hanging in Strasbourg, France and in Saarbrücken, Germany.
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Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Still-Life of Glasses in a Basket, 1644, oil on canvas, 52 × 63 cm (20.5 × 24.8 in). Musée de l’Œuvre Notre-Dame
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Basket with Glasses, Pâte and a Letter (Korb mit Gläsern, Pastete und einem Brief), circa 1640, oil on canvas, 50 × 64 cm (19.7 × 25.2 in). Musée des Beaux-Arts, Strasbourg
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Still-Life with Statuette and Shells, first half of 17th century, oil on panel, 52 cm (20.5 in). Width: 73 cm (28.7 in). Louvre Museum, Paris
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Kitchen Still Life (Küchenstillleben), 1640, 87 × 122 cm, oil on canvas. Leinwand. Saarland Museum, Saarbrücken
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
The Four Elements or Winter (Les quatre éléments or L’iver), circa 1633. Musée de l’Œuvre Notre-Dame. This tableau is an allegory of four seasons represented with symbols - air is represented with a goose on a skewer, poultry on the wall, turkey lard on the plate; water is represented with fish; earth with vegetables; fire with chimney and spitfire. The stew, cooked with cabbage, pig's feet, chard, bacon, roast goose, stuffed turkey with onions (hanging wall) is a typical winter dish.
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Still Life with Crayfish, 17th century, oil on canvas
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
(The Banquet Served (Le Banquet desservi), 1621, oil on canvas. Musée de l'Oeuvre Notre-Dame, Strasbourg
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Vanitas with a vase of Theriac, oil on panel, 48 x 65 cm, signed and dated 1627. Private collection, France
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Large Still-Life, circa 17th century, exact date unknown, oil on canvas. Residenzgalerie, Salzburg
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Still Life Of A carp In A Bowl Placed On A Wooden Box (Stillleben mit Karpfen auf einer Spanschachtel) © Kunsthalle Bremen - Der Kunstverein in Bremen
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Still Life with Fish and Wooden Tub (Stillleben mit Fischen und Holzbottich), 1626, 101.5 x 78 cm, oil on canvas. Private collection.
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Stillleben mit Körbchen und Flaschen
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Still Life with Fruits, Cheese and Bread (Nature morte aux fruits, fromage et pain, mid 17th century, oil on canvas, 28.5 × 31.5 cm (11.2 × 12.4 in). Musée Malraux
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Still Life with a Pike, Onions and a Jug (Ščuka, čebula in vrč), 17th century, oil on canvas, 74.2 × 90 cm (29.2 × 35.4 in). National Gallery of Slovenia
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Sebastian Stoskopff, Still-Life, circa 1640, oil on canvas, 42 cm (16.5 in). Width: 58 cm (22.8 in). Private collection
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Vanitas with Books, Drawing, Musical Instuments, Flower Vase and World Globe (Vanität mit Büchern, Grafik, Musikinstrumenten, Blumenvase und Himmelsglobus). Image source: Auktionshaus Dobiaschofsky AG
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Still life with Aloe Vera, a Basket of Apples and Leeks. Private collection. Credit Haboldt & Co.
Sebastian Stoskopff the Painter of Vessels
Still Life with a Nautilus, Panther Shell, and Chip–Wood Box, ca. 1630, oil on canvas; 18 1/2 x 23 3/8 in. (47 x 59.4 cm). Wrightsman Fund, 2002 (2002.68) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
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