Pomegranates and Other Fruit in a Landscape

Abraham Brueghel Flemish

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Our knowledge of Italian still life painting is still in its infancy. This striking still life has been ascribed to Velázquez, Giuseppe Ruoppolo (a leading exponent of Neopolitan still life painting), and Giovanni Paolo Spadino. It is currently attributed to the Fleming Abraham Brueghel, who worked in Rome and Naples, indicating the international exchanges that shaped the genre of still life.

Pomegranates and Other Fruit in a Landscape, Abraham Brueghel (Flemish, 1631–1697), Oil on canvas

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