Vanitas  (macabre) - A still life. A very, very still life. Simon Renard de St. André (1613 or 1614-1677) was a painter and copperplate engraver born in the 17th century in France. In his lifetime, he was regarded as a highly skilled portraitist. [1] He is remembered today for his vanitas paintings, which contain symbols that remind the viewer of the transcience of life and wealth.

Vanitas (macabre) - A still life. A very, very still life. Simon Renard de St. André (1613 or 1614-1677) was a painter and copperplate engraver born in the 17th century in France. In his lifetime, he was regarded as a highly skilled portraitist. [1] He is remembered today for his vanitas paintings, which contain symbols that remind the viewer of the transcience of life and wealth.

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Toru Kamei’s lush works are reminiscent of vanitas paintings from the 16th and 17th centuries.

Toru Kamei’s lush works are reminiscent of vanitas paintings from the 16th and 17th centuries.

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"Wheel of Fortune" by Audrey Flack. Meeting this artist on Tuesday at her private honorary dinner! Preparing to be star-struck...

"Wheel of Fortune" by Audrey Flack. Meeting this artist on Tuesday at her private honorary dinner! Preparing to be star-struck...

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Philippe de Champaigne's Vanitas (c. 1671) is reduced to three essentials: Life, Death, and Time

Philippe de Champaigne's Vanitas (c. 1671) is reduced to three essentials: Life, Death, and Time

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Master Painting Old Violinist | Edwaert Collier Still Life with Books and Manuscripts and a Skull

Master Painting Old Violinist | Edwaert Collier Still Life with Books and Manuscripts and a Skull

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Audrey Flack Vanitas | Modern Vanitas Paintings Vanitas art - vanitas by simon
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