Jan Brueghel the Elder is seen as the founding father of the genre of flower still lifes, in which flowers are not merely decorative or allegorical accessories but the sole focus of the painting. This major example of Brueghel’s pioneering still lives shows an impressive bouquet from a high viewpoint to make sure that all the carefully rendered flowers and insects are clearly visible.
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