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This still life is typical of the small, gem-like larder and game pieces he normally produced. It suggests an influence of seventeenth-century Netherlandish paintings. This is unsurprising as Blake was employed by dealers to copy old Dutch pictures, some of which were not sold under his own name.
Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum
Still Life, Game and Hanging Snipe with Goldfish in a Bowl (Dead Game)
oil on board
H 53 x W 64 cm