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  1. Giorgio Morandi Still life 1956 Still Life and Objects

  2. Juan de ZurbaránSpanish, (1620-1649) Basket of Apples and Quinces.

  3. Juan de ZurbaránSpanish, (1620-1649) Still Life with Pottery Jars

  4. Willem Kalf (Dutch, 1619–1693) Still Life with Fruit, Glassware, and a Wan-li Bowl 1659 Dutch still life masters such as Willem Kalf pioneered the idea of 'genre' images - still lifes.                    These images expressed a calm, quiet, stillness.          The artists of this era were interested in how light reflects off different surfaces, dull surfaces were contrasted skillfully against the sheen of silver and crystal, the matte against the luminous   The style of Kalf was highly realisitic, the subject matter consisted everyday objects.  www.cap.nsw.edu.au  

  5. Jean Baptiste SimeonChardin The Ray1728

  6. Georges Seurat (French, 1859-1891), Vase of Flowers.

  7. Paul CézanneTable, Napkin, and Fruit (Un coin de table)1895-1900

  8. Paul CézannePyramid of Skulls c. 1901

  9. Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1890)Shoes, 1888

  10. Vincent Van Gogh Still Life Vase with Irises 1890  The artist has captured, in this image, the powerful force of living things. An important feature of Irises is the expressive use of paint, colour and line that capture the energy and power of nature.                  Swirling thick and expressive paint is a feature of the work and style of VanGogh.   Rather than representing the world as we "see" it with our eyes Van Gogh depicted life around him as he felt  it  - through colour and texture.

  11. Patrick Henry Bruce Peinture/Nature Morte c. 1923-24Oil and pencil on canvas 63.5 x 81.3 cm

  12. Henri Matisse, Interior with Goldfish Bowl, spring 1914

  13. Pablo Picasso Still Life with Chair-Caning, Paris, [May] 1912Oil and oilcloth on canvas, with rope frame

  14. Pablo Picasso. Still-Life. 1945.

  15. Georges Braque - Still Life with Grapes and Clarinet

  16. Giorgio Morandi 1890-1964Morandi is best known as an artist who specialised in still life painting, drawing and etching. Still life (one bottle and three objects) etching 1946 Still life painting1948

  17. William Bailey Still Life

  18. Stuart Davis Egg Beater No. , 1928 Oil on canvas, 27 x 38 1/8 in

  19. Six Persimmons by Mu-chi'i(Mu Qi) Mu Qi was the abbot of a Chan Buddhist monastery near Hangzhou in the thirteenth century, and a significant Chinese painter. Mu Qi's famous "Six Persimmons" is exquisite - the perfect work of nature in the absence of all else.

  20. William Scott RA Dark PearsLithograph, 1974

  21. William Scott 1913-1989Bowls and Mug 1956

  22. William Scott RA Still Life with Kitchen UtensilsCharcoal, c.1960

  23. Tom Wesselmann Still Life #20, 1962Mixed media, 48 x 48 x 5 1/2"

  24. Patrick Caulfield 'Still life: Autumn fashion‘ 1978

  25. Claes Oldenburg Floor Burger 1962 painted sailcloth and foam rubber 132.1 x 213.4 cm

  26. Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen Binoculars 199113.7 x 13.4 x 5.5 mChiat/Day Building, Frank Gehry architect with Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen, Venice, California,

  27. Margaret Preston Implement Blue 1927 australian

  28. Margaret PrestonWaratahs (1925)woodcut, hand-coloured australian

  29. Olive CottonTeacup Ballet1935photograph australian

  30. Brett WhiteleyStudy for Still Life with Bonsai Tree australian

  31. William RobinsonHibiscus and Persimmons c. 1972 australian

  32. australian Margaret OlleyStill Life with Flowers and Fruit 1991