Vase of Flowers by Jan van Huysum Old Masters Xzendor7 Art Reproductions
Vase of Flowers by Jan van Huysum Old Masters Xzendor7 Art Reproductions

Vase of Flowers c1722 by Dutch Painter Jan van Huysum (1682 – 1749), who painted in the Rococo, Post-Impressionism and Renaissance styles

This is a beautiful and lavish rendering of an assortment of all types of brightly colored flowers, that are a mixture of white, red, white and red,violet,maroon,yellow, pink, blue, green, orange; placed within a ceramic vase with a relief of men, women and cherubs dressed in Greek attire frolicking in a garden; that is situated on a marble table of beautiful hues.

This is a retouched digital art reproduction of a public domain image.

Info Below Derived From Wikipedia.org and Britannica.com

Jan van Huysum was the eldest son of Dutch Golden Age flower painter Justus van Huysum (1659 – 1716), and came from a family of artist.

His younger brother who died at the age of 22 was also an accomplished painter as was his sister Maria; and his daughter Francina Margaretha van Huysum (1707 – 1789) was also a flower painter.

Jan studied under the mentorship of his father and has is skilled developed would later surpass the skills of his father.

His specialty was in the painting of lavish flowers arrangements, that he created with extreme precision and delicacy.

He was also a landscape painter, but his unmatched skill in painting lavish floral arrangements is what he is known for and what separated him from others is this genre.

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