When it comes to sumptuous, beautifully arranged still lifes, the 17th century Dutch masters reign supreme, their delicately rendered offerings defined by intricate texturing, breathtaking details and a naturalistic use of light. The 21th century brings us Arnout van Albada with artworks in egg tempera and oil paint. A perfect use of light, high detailed execution and minimalism characterized his still-life paintings of everyday objects and foods. “My paintings need not to be interpreted too much,” he says “I see the simplicity and monumental nature of my compositions as their main quality.”



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