Georg Flegel

1566-1638 Georg Flegel Location German painter. He was the son of a shoemaker, and not being a Roman Catholic, probably moved to Vienna after 1580, when the Counter-Reformation began to take effect in Olmetz. In Vienna he became the assistant of Lucas van Valckenborch I, whom he subsequently followed to Frankfurt, then an important centre for art dealing and publishing. He filled in staffage in van Valckenborch pictures of the seasons and portraits, inserting fruit, table utensils and flowers as still-life set pieces. His faithful reproduction of flowers and fruit drew on watercolours by Derer, still-life painters from the Netherlands living in Frankfurt, and botanical and zoological illustrations by Joris Hoefnagel, Pieter van der Borcht IV and Carolus Clusius (1525-1609) then being published in Frankfurt.

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Georg Flegel Two Tulips oil painting


Two Tulips
Painting ID::  38712
Artist: Georg Flegel
Painting: Two Tulips
Introduction: mk141 23.3x17.1cm Oil on canvas
   
   
     

Georg Flegel Two Tulips oil painting


Two Tulips
Painting ID::  38713
Artist: Georg Flegel
Painting: Two Tulips
Introduction: mk141 23.1x16.6cm Oil on canvas
   
   
     

Georg Flegel Two Tulips oil painting


Two Tulips
Painting ID::  38714
Artist: Georg Flegel
Painting: Two Tulips
Introduction: mk141 23.1x17.1cm Oil on canvas
   
   
     

Georg Flegel Two Tulips oil painting


Two Tulips
Painting ID::  38715
Artist: Georg Flegel
Painting: Two Tulips
Introduction: mk141 Oil on canvas 23.1x17.0cm
   
   
     

Georg Flegel Two Tulips oil painting


Two Tulips
Painting ID::  38716
Artist: Georg Flegel
Painting: Two Tulips
Introduction: mk141 Oil on canvas 23.2x17.3cm
   
   
     

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     1566-1638 Georg Flegel Location German painter. He was the son of a shoemaker, and not being a Roman Catholic, probably moved to Vienna after 1580, when the Counter-Reformation began to take effect in Olmetz. In Vienna he became the assistant of Lucas van Valckenborch I, whom he subsequently followed to Frankfurt, then an important centre for art dealing and publishing. He filled in staffage in van Valckenborch pictures of the seasons and portraits, inserting fruit, table utensils and flowers as still-life set pieces. His faithful reproduction of flowers and fruit drew on watercolours by Derer, still-life painters from the Netherlands living in Frankfurt, and botanical and zoological illustrations by Joris Hoefnagel, Pieter van der Borcht IV and Carolus Clusius (1525-1609) then being published in Frankfurt.