Dutch still-life painting covers a surprising variety of subjects and approaches, from simple breakfasts to sumptuous banquet pieces, flower arrangements and vanitas tableaux. Artists of the Golden Age used light and colour, texture, as well as illusionism and symbolism. The stunning still lifes by artists such as Heda, Ruysch and Van Huysum were intended to bewitch the senses.
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