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Title Still Life: Plums, Melons and Peaches
Collection Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle
Artist Linard, Jacques (French painter, 1597-1645)
Date 1642 (dated)
Description Linard (1597-1645) is one of the masters of early French seventeenth-century still life. He is valued for the sobriety and grave simplicity of his paintings and for his sure sense of interval in composing them. He was, with Louise Moillon, Lubin Baugin and Sébastien Stosskopff, one of the pioneers of the genre of still-life painting in France. In the centre of this painting, a large wicker basket holds plums, peaches and a melon with foliage. There are more plums and an opened melon on the stone table.
Current Accession Number B.M.1070
Inscription front lc '1642'
Subject still life
Measurements 56 x 76 cm (estimate)
Material oil on panel
Acquisition Details Bequeathed by the founders John and Joséphine Bowes 1885.
Publications Conran, E., et al, The Bowes Museum, London, 1992, pp. 34-35, fig. 2; Nusbaumer, P., Jacques Linard 1597-1645. Catalogue de l'oeuvre peint, Le Pecq-sur-Seine, 2006, p. 88, ill. no. 29.
Rights Owner The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Co. Durham
Author Dr Maylis Hopewell-Curie
 

 

 

 

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