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Raphaelle Peale (1774–1825). Still Life with Cake, 1818. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.  Maria DeWitt Jesup Fund, 1959 (59.166) | Peale's tightly grouped still lifes are often permeated with a delicate melancholy akin to that which characterized the life of the artist; he was an alcoholic who suffered the effects of arsenic and mercury poisoning caused by his work as a taxidermist in his father's museu

Raphaelle Peale (1774–1825). Still Life with Cake, 1818. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Maria DeWitt Jesup Fund, 1959 (59.166) | Peale's tightly grouped still lifes are often permeated with a delicate melancholy akin to that which characterized the life of the artist; he was an alcoholic who suffered the effects of arsenic and mercury poisoning caused by his work as a taxidermist in his father's museu

Georg Flegel (German, 1566–1638). Still Life, probably ca. 1625–30. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Dr. W. Bopp, 1921 (21.152.1)

Georg Flegel (German, 1566–1638). Still Life, probably ca. 1625–30. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Dr. W. Bopp, 1921 (21.152.1)

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