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Dutch School Contemporary Oil - Floral Still Life
Located in Corsham, GB
A fine contemporary floral still life in the manner of the traditional Dutch school classical masters. The flowers include tiger tulips, roses and plume poppies. The painting is unsi...
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21st Century and Contemporary Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Floral Arrangement - Dutch 1920's Art Deco still life oil painting flowers
By Adriaan Johannes van't Hoff
Located in London, GB
A delightful Dutch Art Deco oil on canvas by Adriaan Johannes van’t Hoff. Painted circa 1924, it is a stunning example of an early 1920s Art Deco oil painting. The colours are just b...
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1920s Art Deco Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Dutch Golden Age Floral - Old Master art 17th century flower oil painting
Located in London, GB
This stunning Dutch Golden Age floral still life oil painting is by an unknown artist in the circle of Old Master artist Simon Pietersz Verelst. This work based on a work by Verelst...
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17th Century Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Oil

18th Century Dutch Floral Still Life With a Chinese Bowl and Orange Drapery
By Pieter Casteels III
Located in London/Yorkshire, GB
EARLY 18TH CENTURY DUTCH FLORAL STILL LIFE - ATTRIBUTED TO PIETER CASTEELS III (1684-1749) Fine, monumental and highly decorative early 18th century Dutch floral still life attribut...
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1720s Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

18th Century Dutch Floral Still Life With a Chinese Bowl and Orange Drapery
By Pieter Casteels III
Located in London/Yorkshire, GB
EARLY 18TH CENTURY DUTCH FLORAL STILL LIFE - ATTRIBUTED TO PIETER CASTEELS III (1684-1749) Fine, monumental and highly decorative early 18th century Dutch floral still life attribut...
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1720s Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

18th Century Dutch Floral Still Life With a Chinese Bowl and Orange Drapery
By Pieter Casteels III
Located in London/Yorkshire, GB
EARLY 18TH CENTURY DUTCH FLORAL STILL LIFE - ATTRIBUTED TO PIETER CASTEELS III (1684-1749) Fine, monumental and highly decorative early 18th century Dutch floral still life attribut...
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1720s Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

18TH CENTURY DUTCH FLORAL STILL LIFE WITH A CHINESE BOWL AND ORANGE DRAPERY
By Pieter Casteels III
Located in London/Yorkshire, GB
EARLY 18TH CENTURY DUTCH FLORAL STILL LIFE - ATTRIBUTED TO PIETER CASTEELS III (1684-1749) Fine, monumental and highly decorative early 18th century Dutch floral still life attribut...
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1720s Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

Dutch Style Vanitas Floral Still Life Painting
Located in Houston, TX
Hyper-realistic floral still life in the style of Dutch Master Ambrosius Bosschaert. The painting has insects crawling around a niche where the flower pot sits. Shells and berries su...
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19th Century Naturalistic Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Dutch Style 19th Century Oil - Elegant Floral Still Life
Located in Corsham, GB
An exquisite Dutch style oil floral still life on wood panel. The arrangement shows an urn with acanthus leaf detailing, overflowing with a beautiful array of blooms, including tulip...
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19th Century Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Still Life Floral with Hollyhocks - Dutch 18thC art Old Master oil painting
Located in London, GB
This lovely Dutch 18th century floral still life oil painting is attributed to the circle of Verbruggen. This beautiful arrangement is bejewelled with superb dew drops and the magnif...
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18th Century Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Tutti Fiori — 30 x 30 inches Dutch inspired floral contemporary
By Stephanie Peek
Located in Burlingame, CA
Poetic and mysterious oil painting from artist Stephanie Peek, whose florally inspired works of art — where darkness and drama play central roles — speak metaphorically of the fragil...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Realist Still-life Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

A Mixed Bunch - Old Master Dutch floral still life oil painting roses carnations
Located in London, GB
A fine oil on canvas which dates to circa 1740 and is in the Dutch School Old Master floral traditiion attributed to circle of Jan Van Huysum. A beautiful painting, it came from an e...
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Early 18th Century Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Dutch Style Vanitas Floral Still Life with Insects and Fruit
Located in Houston, TX
Vanitas themed floral still life with insects and berries. The still life is in the style of Ambrosius Bosschaert's floral still lifes. The painting is framed in a decorative gold fr...
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20th Century Naturalistic Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Floral Bouquet with Peonies -Dutch Golden Age art floral still life oil painting
Located in London, GB
This stunning Golden Age Baroque floral still life oil painting is attributed to a follower of Jan Van Huysum. It is actually part of a pair of paintings in beautiful matching fames ...
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18th Century Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Flowers with Pomegranate - Dutch Golden Age art floral still life oil painting
Located in London, GB
This superb Dutch Golden Age Baroque floral oil painting is by an unknown artist. Painted circa 1800 the composition is of a large bouquet of mixed flowers against a dark background....
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Early 1800s Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Floral Arrangement- Dutch art Old Master still life oil painting tulip sunflower
By Simon Pietersz Verelst (circle)
Located in London, GB
A fine Dutch Golden Age floral very large still life Old Master oil on canvas. The work depicts tulips, roses, convolvulus and a glorious large sunflower, as well as other flowers o...
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18th Century Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Floral Bouquet with Narcissi - Dutch Golden Age still life oil painting flowers
By Jan Van Huysum
Located in London, GB
This stunning Golden Age Baroque floral still life oil painting is attributed to the circle of Jan Van Huysum. It is actually part of a pair of paintings in beautiful matching fames ...
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Early 18th Century Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Still Life of Flowers in Vase on Ledge - Dutch 19thC art floral oil painting
Located in London, GB
This beautiful 19th century Dutch School oil painting is attributed to artist JvP, as signed lower left. It is a fantastic example of a Dutch still life floral oil painting and the i...
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19th Century Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Floral Arrangement - Dutch Old Master art oil painting flowers rose rococo frame
Located in London, GB
A fine Dutch Old Master floral still life. Painted circa 1700, this oil on canvas depicts peonies roses, convolvulus and other flowers in a bronze vase. A superb 17/18th century Old ...
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18th Century Old Masters Still-life Paintings

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Oil

Dutch Velvet, green botanical floral Photomontage
By Carol Bouyoucos
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This gorgeous almost monochrome green photomontage has touches of a light pink in the botanical floral illustration that has an almost vintage toile aesthetic. The works are printe...
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2010s Naturalistic Still-life Prints

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Digital

Dutch-Style Floral Still Life
Located in Storrs, CT
Brilliantly-colored Dutch-style floral still life - beautifully arranged flowers cascade from their vase. Oil on board measures 19 3/4 x 15 3/4; frame dimensions measure 27 1/4 x 23 ...
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20th Century Realist Interior Paintings

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Oil

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H 27.25 in. W 23.25 in. D 2.88 in.

Dutch Floral Still Life For Sale on 1stDibs

Surely you’ll find the exact dutch floral still life you’re seeking on 1stDibs — we’ve got a vast assortment for sale. In our selection of items, you can find Old Masters examples as well as a Art Deco version. If you’re looking for a dutch floral still life from a specific time period, our collection is diverse and broad-ranging, and you’ll find at least one that dates back to the 18th Century while another version may have been produced as recently as the 21st Century. When looking for the right dutch floral still life for your space, you can search on 1stDibs by color — popular works were created in bold and neutral palettes with elements of black. Finding an appealing dutch floral still life — no matter the origin — is easy, but Adriaan Johannes van't Hoff, Stephanie Peek and Simon Pietersz Verelst (circle) each produced popular versions that are worth a look. Artworks like these of any era or style can make for thoughtful decor in any space, but a selection from our variety of those made in oil paint, paint and canvas can add an especially memorable touch. A large dutch floral still life can prove too dominant for some spaces — a smaller dutch floral still life, measuring 15.13 high and 18.75 wide, may better suit your needs.

How Much is a Dutch Floral Still Life?

The price for an artwork of this kind can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — a dutch floral still life in our inventory may begin at $500 and can go as high as $78,885, while the average can fetch as much as $6,795.

Finding the Right Still-life Paintings for You

Still-life paintings work as part of the decor in nearly every type of space.

Still-life art, which includes work produced in media such as painting, photography, video and more, is a popular genre in Western art. However, the depiction of still life in color goes back to Ancient Egypt, where paintings on the interior walls of tombs portrayed the objects such as food that a person would take into the afterlife. Ancient Greek and Roman mosaics and pottery also often depicted food.

Still-life paintings often feature food, flowers or man-made objects. By definition, still-life art represents anything that is considered inanimate.

During the Middle Ages, the still life genre was adapted by artists who illustrated religious manuscripts. A common theme of these paintings is the reminder that life is fleeting. This is especially true of vanitas, a kind of still life with roots in the Netherlands during the 17th century, which was built on themes such as death and decay and featured skulls and objects such as rotten fruit. In northern Europe during the 1600s, painters consulted botanical texts to accurately depict the flowers that were the subject of their work.

Leonardo da Vinci’s penchant for observing phenomena in nature and filling notebooks with drawings and notes helped him improve as an artist of still-life paintings. Vincent van Gogh, an artist who made a couple of the most expensive paintings ever sold, carried out rich experiments with color over the course of painting hundreds of still lifes, and we can argue that Campbell’s Soup Cans (1961–62) by Andy Warhol counts as still-life art.

While early examples were primarily figurative, you can find still lifes that belong to different schools and styles of painting, such as Cubism, Impressionism and contemporary art.

As part of the wall decor in your living room, dining room or elsewhere, a still-life painting can look sophisticated alongside your well-curated decorative objects and can help set the mood in a space.

When shopping for a still-life painting, think about how it makes you feel and how the artist chose to represent its subject. When buying any art for your home, choose pieces that you connect with. If you’re shopping online, read the description of the work to learn about the artist and check the price and shipping information. Make sure that the works you choose complement or relate to your overall theme and furniture style. Artwork can either fit into your room’s color scheme or serve as an accent piece. Introduce new textures to a space by choosing an oil still-life painting.

On 1stDibs, find a collection of still-life paintings in a wide range of styles and subject matter.

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