Exotic fruit still life - Attributed to Karel Borchaert Voet




Christian Eduard Franke-Landwers Christoph Freiherr von Seckendorff


Attributed to Karel Borchaert Voet

Oil on canvas, doubled. Against a neutral background

arranged in bright colors

Fruit still life with pineapple, aloe, coral tree plant,

Grapes and nasturtium, and

two white cabbages.

Voet (Zwolle 1670-1744/45 Dordrecht) was an insect

and flower painter and dedicated

prefers exotic, exotic fruits

and plants, he paid particular attention to the

the correct reproduction of all details. 1735 published

he was commissioned by the Earl of Portland

the "Codex Bentingiana", a magnificent catalog

of all flowers and insects in its homonymous


Height 80 cm, Beite 66 cm.

Thieme/Becker, General encyclopedia of the visual arts

Artist, vol. 34, p. 472.



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