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Flowers in a glass vase

Heem, Jan Davidsz. de (painter)

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Flowers in a glass vase


Heem, Jan Davidsz. de (painter) [ULAN info: Dutch artist, 1606-1683/4]






Dutch-Flemish School

Technique Description

oil on panel


height: 93.2 cm
width: 69.6 cm


bequeathed: Hartley, A.G. 1928 (Filtered for: Paintings, Drawings and Prints)

Herman de Kat (of Dordrecht), sold Paris, Drouot, 2-3 May 1866 (30); Arthur Seymour, London; his sale, Christie's, 4th July 1896, lot 25; Hartley bequest


  1. signature
    Position: on the base of the niche, to right
    Content: JD de Heem f


  1. (2005) Treasures of the Fitzwilliam Museum, London: Scala [page: 57]
  2. (1993) Pick of the Bunch; a loan exhibition of flower and still life paintings from the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, including works from the Broughton bequest, London? [page: 14]
    [comments: reproduced in colour]
  3. Gerson, Horst (1960) Catalogue of Paintings in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Vol. I, Dutch and Flemish, Cambridge (Cambs.) [page: 58-59]

Accession Number

1487 (Paintings, Drawings and Prints)
(Reference Number: 1495; Input Date: 2000-01-27 / Last Edit: 2011-07-22)

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