Still Life with Cheeses, Artichoke, and Cherries
- Oil on Wood, 33.34 x 46.67 cm
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Carter (M.2003.108.8)
Learn more about Peeters’ painting Still Life with Cheeses, Artichoke, and Cherries: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Still Life with Flowers Surrounded by Insects and a Snail
- Clara Peeters (Flemish, 1594 – c.1657)
- Oil on copper, 16.6 x 13.5 cm
- c. 1610
- National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Learn more about Peeters’ painting Still Life with Flowers Surrounded by Insects and a Snail: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
The only Flemish woman known to have specialized in still life painting as early as the first decade of the seventeenth century, Clara Peeters is a pioneer among female Old Masters. Though not much is known about Peeters’ life, she is prominent among the artists who shaped the traditions of the Flemish/Dutch
Books about Clara Peeters
The Art of Clara Peeters, edited by Alejandro Vergara, with an essay by Anne Lenders (The Prado Museum, 2016)
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