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"Truple" - still life with pears - stripes - realism - Adriaen van Utrecht
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Truple" is a small still life painting featuring hues of blue, green and white. Jordan Baker is inspired by the works of Rachel Ruysch, Adriaen van Utrecht, Caravaggio, Raphaelle ...
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2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Odd Couple" - still life with pears - striped - realism - Raphaelle Peal
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Odd Couple" is a small still life painting featuring hues of blue, brown, green and white. Jordan Baker is inspired by the works of Rachel Ruysch, Adriaen van Utrecht, Caravaggio,...
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2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Distanced Lemons" - still life with lemons - striped - realism - Rachel Ruysch
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Distanced Lemons" is a small still life painting featuring hues of blue white and yellow. Jordan Baker is inspired by the works of Rachel Ruysch, Adriaen van Utrecht, Caravaggio, ...
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2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Pear Pair" - still life with pears - stripes - realism - Raphaelle Peal
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Pear Pair" is a small still life painting featuring hues of blue, brown, yellow and white. Jordan Baker is inspired by the works of Rachel Ruysch, Adriaen van Utrecht, Caravaggio,...
Category

2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Stack of Donut Peaches" still life with fruit, velvet, realism, Caravaggio
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Stack of Donut Peaches " is a still life painting featuring hues of yellow, orange, red and white. The frame dimensions are 10.5 by 12.625 inches. Jordan Baker is inspired by the ...
Category

2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Too Much is Never Enough: Lemons" still life, velvet, realism, Caravaggio
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Too Much is Never Enough: Lemons" is a still life painting featuring hues of blue, yellow, green and black. Jordan Baker is inspired by the works of Rachel Ruysch, Adriaen van Utr...
Category

2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Sea of Stripes: Blood Oranges" - still life with oranges, realism - Velasquez
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Sea of Stripes: Blood Oranges" is a still life painting featuring hues of blue, orange, yellow, pink and white. Jordan Baker is inspired by the works of Rachel Ruysch, Adriaen van...
Category

2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Sea of Stripes: Pears" - still life with pears, stripes - Raphaelle Peal
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Sea of Stripes: Pears" is a still life painting featuring hues of green, yellow, blue and white. Jordan Baker is inspired by the works of Rachel Ruysch, Adriaen van Utrecht, Carav...
Category

2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Blue Velvet" - large scale floral still life painting, realism - Rachel Ruysch
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Blue Velvet" is a large scale moody still life of flowers featuring hues of blue, pink, green, and orange. Jordan Baker is inspired by the works of Rachel Ruysch, Adriaen van Utre...
Category

2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Too Much is Never Enough: Clementines" still life, velvet, realism, Caravaggio
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Too Much is Never Enough: Clementines" is a still life painting featuring hues of blue, yellow, orange and black. Jordan Baker is inspired by the works of Rachel Ruysch, Adriaen v...
Category

2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Oil

"Appreciation for New Beginnings" - Still Life Painting - Eggs - Jewel - Realism
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Appreciation for New Beginnings" is a small still life painting of eggs featuring hues of pale orange, blue, white, and brown. Based in Hudson Valley, New York, Jordan Baker was bo...
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2010s American Realist Still-life Paintings

Materials

Oil, Canvas

Elegant Two Tones Buffet by Michael Taylor for Baker
By Baker Furniture Company, Michael Jordan
Located in Pasadena, CA
This two-tone storage buffet features circular brass medallions with decorative pulls on the front of each set of doors. On one side of the buffet, the doors open up to divided shelv...
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Vintage 1960s American Commodes and Chests of Drawers

Materials

Brass

Set of 6 Dining Chairs by Michael Jordan for Baker
Located in Pasadena, CA
Ebonized oak with caned backs and mohair velvet seats 4 chairs and 2 captain chairs The matching table is available .
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Vintage 1950s American Dining Room Chairs

Materials

Wood, Cane, Velvet

  • Set of 6 Dining  Chairs by Michael Jordan for Baker
  • Set of 6 Dining  Chairs by Michael Jordan for Baker
  • Set of 6 Dining  Chairs by Michael Jordan for Baker
  • Set of 6 Dining  Chairs by Michael Jordan for Baker
H 19 in. W 19"/2 in. D 22 in.

Jordan Baker For Sale on 1stDibs

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A jordan baker can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price for items in our inventory is $3,550, while the lowest priced sells for $800 and the highest can go for as much as $12,500.

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.