Still Life with Flowers by De Heem
The Still Life with Flowers in a Glass Vase belongs to the art collection by the Dutch manufacturer IXXI. The Still Life paintings were created between 1650 and 1683 by the Dutch painter Jan Davidsz. de Heem.
The still life shows a lush bouquet of flowers in a glass vase with various types of flowers and plants including roses, hydrangeas, wheat and much more. Snails, beetles, ants, butterflies and other insects also bring the paintings to life. De Heem is one of the best-known still-life painters from the Dutch group. In his paintings, the combination of microscopically precise details with exceptional colors fascinate the viewer. The little creatures that are only visible with a closer look give momentum to the canvas, characteristic of de Heem.
The original image "Still Life with Flowers in a Glass Vase" by Jan Davidsz. de Heem (oil on copper / 54.5 cm x 36.5 cm) is displayed in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
The art collection by IXXI is perfect for art lovers and artists. IXXI cooperates with the most prestigious museums in the world and has a variety of pictures from the Renaissance to the present in its image database. The images, like Still Life with Flowers in a Glass Vase by De Heem, can be hung up in your own four walls or at the entrance of a hotel or an office building.
Wall Art Material and Installation
The subject is printed on Synaps—a high-grade synthetic paper with a mat appearance, characterised by waterproof, tear-resistant and UV-resistant properties. The cards are connected to each other with the provided crosses. They are then fixed to the wall thanks to the included hanging strips and adhesive Tesa Powerstrips - no tools or annoying drilling necessary. The cards can be easily replaced or more can be added.
The Still Life with Flowers in a Glass Vase by IXXI is available in different sizes.