Monua is a master of still life in the 17th century.

Jean-Baptiste Monua.


Monua is a master of still life in the 17th century.

(1636 Lille - 1699 London) attributed; Still life of a bouquet arranged in a glass vase consisting of tulips, peonies, carnations, and various spring flowers against a dark, neutral background. This flower piece by Monnoyer is stylistically and thematically typical, with delicately painted, brightly glowing flowers. Monnoyer moved to Paris around 1650, where he collaborated with Charles Le Brun on decorations for royal palaces and castles. After being admitted to the Academy in 1665, he presented four flower still lifes in the Salon in 1673 and quickly succeeded as a master in this field. Monnoyer was a favored artist of the Sun King, who owned a collection of his paintings. Oil on canvas; doubled; 44 cm x 35 cm. Framed. Attributed to Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (1636-1699). Oil on canvas, relined.

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10 Feb 2024

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Author Jean-Baptiste Monua.

Style Still-life

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