Vase of Flowers

Jan Davidsz. de Heem
Article nr
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This reproduction on canvas of Vase of Flowers by Jan Davidsz. de Heem is made with the greatest possible care to ensure that the colours are very close to the original painting that is hanging in the Mauritshuis Museum.

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Over het origineel:
Jan Davidsz. de Heem (1606-1684), Vase of Flowers 1670, Oil on Canvas, 74.2 x 52.6 cm, Collection Mauritshuis.

Gallery wrap 2 cm: Watch this video to see how we make your reproduction. The canvas is stretched by hand on two centimetres thick wooden stretcher bars. The term "gallery wrap" refers to an image that appears on the sides of the stretcher bars as well as the front.

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Gallery wrap 4,5 cm: Watch this video to see how we make your reproduction. The canvas is stretched by hand on 4,5 centimetres thick wooden stretcher bars. The term "gallery wrap" refers to an image that appears on the sides of the stretcher bars as well as the front. This canvas hangs strong and bold on your wall and does not need a frame.

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About the original artwork
Vase of Flowers

This reproduction on canvas of Vase of Flowers by Jan Davidsz de Heem is made in cooperation with the Mauritshuis Museum, where the original painting is hanging. Jan Davidsz. De Heem (1606-1683/1684) grew up in Utrecht, where he was apprenticed to floral still-life artist Balthasar van der Ast. In 1626, he moved to Leiden, where he painted monochrome still lifes employing one or at the most two tints. De Heem moved to Antwerp after 1631. Here his paintings became increasingly colourful and elegant. He also changed his theme, concentrating more on fruit and flowers. Jan Davidsz de Heem was the most influential flower painter of his day.

His work was popular among the buying public and among fellow artists. His many pupils and followers included Abraham Mignon. Compared to flower still-lifes of the early seventeenth century, this painting is a real floral explosion. Rather than a stiff bouquet, we see a colourful profusion of flowers hanging over the edge of the vase. One special detail is the reflection in the glass vase, which shows a cloudy sky through the studio window and a few objects on the windowsill.

Jan Davidsz. de Heem (1606-1684), Vase of Flowers 1670, Oil on canvas, 74.2x52.6cm, Collection Mauritshuis.
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