Cornelis Mahu, (1613 - November 16, 1689) Flemish painter, the author of still lifes, genre paintings and seascapes
The author shows the high level of skill in his composition, conveying a message to people on Vanitas (futility, vanity) so typical for northern European still lifes of that time. Since 1638 the owner of the famous Guild of St. Luke. He has trained many young artists including the outstanding Flemish painter Gaspar Peeter Verbruggen.
Product sizes: Height - 55cm width - 81cm
Material: Oil, Canvas
Shop: Gallery "Antiqon", Brivibas street 16, Riga, Latvia
Period: 17th century
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