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USING ROMAN GLASS IN STILL LIFE PAINTINGS

Posted in Uncategorized by Allaire Collection of Glass on April 12, 2012

USING ROMAN GLASS IN STILL LIFE PAINTINGS

1. Annelies Jonkhart – Roman glass dish with apples, Oil on panel 35 x 70 cm

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2. Annelies Jonkhart – Still life with Roman glass, Oil on panel 42 x 70 cm

3. Annelies Jonkhart – Roman glass modiolus and cherries, Oil on panel 40 x 37 cm

4. Annelies Jonkhart – Still life with Roman glass square bottle, Oil on panel 32 x34 cm

5. Annelies Jonkhart – Roman glass ribbed bowl, Oil on panel 40 x 70 cm

6. Annelies Jonkhart – Roman glass jug and red apples, Oil on panel 60 x 70 cm

Annelies Jonkhart (1945) is a well-known Dutch artist. Specialized in painting still life with a preference for objects with a ‘soul’ such as archaeological glass, but also living fruit and flowers. Yearly she takes part in exhibitions at art galleries in the Netherlands (e.g. Bonnard Gallery Nuenen, Wijdemeren Gallery, Staphorsius Gallery, O.L.Vrouwe Gallery Maastricht). For many years, her work also has been represented by galleries in the U.S.A. (Park City, Salt Lake City and Provo).

In 2004, she published her Monograph“Geboren in Geborgenheid’.

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