Georg Flegel: Still Life Painter
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Georg Flegel (1566 – 23 March 1638, Frankfurt-am-Main) was a German painter. He is today best known for his still life paintings. He was born in Olmütz (Olomouc), Moravia, now a region in the Czech Republic. Around 1580 he moved to Vienna to become an assistant to Lucas van Valckenborch I, a painter and draughtsman from Flandre who served in the court of the Habsburgs. As an assistant to Valckenborch, Flegel added items such as fruit, flowers, insects and table utensils to Valckenborch´s paintings. Aside from being a highly trained painter with great skills, his charm and wit truly elevated the paintings he worked on.
Still life with Pygmy Parrot
Snack with poached eggs. 1600s.
Still Life with Boiled Egg.
Still Life with Cherries.
Breakfast Image with herring, Bartmann pitcher and a stag beetle.
Still Life, Oil on wood; 10 5/8 x 13 3/8 in. (27 x 34 cm) Gift of Dr. W. Bopp, 1921 (21.152.1). Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Still-Life with flowers and snacks, between 1630 and 1635 Medium oil on panel, 53 cm (20.9 in) x 41 cm (16.1 in). Hermitage Museum.
Peaches, circa 1630, oil on panel, Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt.
Pantry by candlelight, ca.1630-35. Source: Wikimedia Commons.
Still life with fish.
Still life with pretzels, 1637.
Still life with meal during fasting, 17th century, oil on panel, 24 × 35.2 cm (9.4 × 13.9 in) Source/Photographer Dorotheum.
Still life with waffles and stone krug, Oil on Wood, Öl auf Holz. 38 x 51 cm.
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