The quality of both draughtsmanship, painting and the very obvious love for the animals themselves is so self evident.
|Who painted this? #11|
Photo: Katherine Tyrrell
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- use your brains not software to find the answer (use of functionality via a browser or image search software to find "similar images" is not allowed)
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|Trompe l'oeil. The Reverse of a Framed Painting|
Who Painted this? #10
- Title of the artwork: Trompe l'oeil. The Reverse of a Framed Painting
- Name of the artist who created this artwork: Cornelius Norbertus Gijsbrechts (c. 1610 - after 1675),
- Date it was created: 1670
- Media used: oil on canvas
- Where it lives now: Statens Museum for Kunst/National Gallery of Denmark
The description of the work on the website suggests it might at sometime been part of the Royal Danish Cabinet of Curiosities - the royal Kunstkammer which was established in 1650.
I was surprised by how many of you got this right - and the explanations as to how are very entertaining to read and are an education for any of you who are still struggling with this weekly challenge
The first to guess correctly is Sue Smith of Cambridgeshire. However I'm going to rule her entry 'out of order' this time as her use of her browser and the right click "find similar images" to find its location after she had worked out what it was is not allowed as per the first rule of participation.
However I think I maybe need to make it clearer that your browser counts as software so far as I'm concerned.
Hence the winner is Jim Serrett (Jim Serrett Studio / Pochade Box Paintings) - congratulations Jim! BTW his blogs make for interesting reading and one or two posts are definitely going to find their way on to this or another blog in the near future!
Others who got the answer correct are:
- John O'Grady
- Sandra Robinson
- Hilary Dunk
- David J Teter
- Colours and Textures
- Roger Brown My Botswana Art
For the record - I first came across it in the Google Art Project.
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