Artist's description:

A painting of a tulip on a Dutch 17th Century plate. This cracked plate was found under a 17th century house in the centre of the city of Haarlem. Haarlem was an important city during the Dutch Golden Age. It was from here that the genre of Dutch still life evolved, probably most notably by Claesz and De Heem.

The frame is matt white lacquered wood.
This painting would look great in a living room, bedroom, library or hallway. It can be paired with my other tulip paintings (see my other listings).

Materials used:

oil paint, wood

17th century Haarlem plate with red and yellow tulip (2018)


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This artwork is sold by Tanja Moderscheim from United Kingdom

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