Vanitas Still Life

Vanitas Still Life is an original artwork realized in the 18th century by an anonymous artist after Herman Henstenburgh.

Watercolor and tempera.

Most likely, this version appeared on the London art market in 1977 as made by Cornelis van Spaendonck (1756-1840). Nevertheless, the original drawing is by the earlier master Herman Henstenburgh.

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Vanitas Still Life is an original artwork realized in the 18th century by an anonymous artist after Herman Henstenburgh.

Watercolor and tempera.

The composition represents a still-life composition with a skull on a base surrounded by flowers, a flute, and a music sheet. Most likely, this version appeared on the London art market in 1977 as made by Cornelis van Spaendonck (1756-1840). Nevertheless, the original drawing is by the earlier master Herman Henstenburgh.

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Artist Herman Henstenburgh (after)
Typology Original Prints
Technique Tempera, Watercolour
Year XVIII century
Dimensions (cm) 36.2 x 31.5
Country of Manufacture Italy
Subject Still Life

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