Natura morte I

Seventeenth-century still lifes symbolize transitoriness. Everything is temporary, nothing lasts forever. To encapsulate this symbolism, these flowers have been cut and thus have died for a second time.
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2007 oil paint on canvas size ±45x65cm

Seventeenth-century still lifes symbolize transitoriness by Studios Sybrandy, NL

2007 oil paint on canvas size ±45x65cm

2007 oil paint on canvas size

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