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The Dutch were known for their still lifes in the Golden Age of seventeenth century Dutch painting. During this period artists proliferated and much of the population could afford to purchase at least one painting for their home. The artist has included a delicate Delftware dish, which was made in Holland. The bowl holds a variety of fruit obtained from abroad including a lemon and an orange. These may show what good trade links the Dutch had at that time.
oil on canvas
H 47.5 x W 35 cm
bequeathed by Frank Hindley Smith, 1940