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Vanitas Wedding - hernandez.se

Vanitas Wedding - hernandez.se

Nature morte à la vanité, photographie de Guido Mocafico, 2007

from the vanitas series by Guido Mocafico (b. an Italian-Swiss photographer living in France.

Cornelis van der Meulen  Vanitas Still Life  1688

Cornelis van der Meulen* A Vanitas Still Life of a Skull, a guttering Candle, a tortoiseshell Mirror, a Book, a Statue and a pack of Cards

Willem Kalf (1619-1693): Kalf was the leading still-life painter in Holland in the mid-17th century. His mature still-life works are of a type called 'Pronkstilleven' in Dutch, meaning 'ostentatious still life' and referring to the display of lavish man-made objects.

Still Life with a Porcelain Vase, Silver-gilt Ewer, and Glasses Willem Kalf (Holland, Rotterdam, circa

Philippe de Champaigne (1602-1674)  La Vanité ou Allégorie de la vie humaine, 1646  Huile sur toile - 28,8 x 37,5 cm  Le Mans, Musée de Tessé

Philippe de Champaigne’s Vanitas (c. is reduced to three essentials: Life, Death, and Time